dehydrase


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dehydrase

[dē′hī‚drās]
(biochemistry)
An enzyme which catalyzes the removal of water from a substrate.
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While there was no abnormal finding of the testes, marked elevation of serum testicular tumour markers was noted with human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) 150670 mIU/mL, [beta]-hCG 9772 ng/mL, a-fetoprotein (AFP) 2232 ng/dL, and lactate dehydrase (LDH) 1682 IU/L.
FASN has seven functional domains, namely, acyl carrier protein (ACP), Malonyl/acetyltransferase (MAT), ketoacyl synthase (KS), ketoacyl reductase (KR), dehydrase (DH), enoyl reductase (ER), and thioesterase (TE) [33, 35, 66].
[12] Jackim, R., 1973, Influence of lead and other metals on fish alpha-amino levulinate dehydrase activity.
Association between aminolevulinate dehydrase genotypes and blood lead levels in children from a lead-contaminated area in Antofagasta, Chile.