Metionin sintaza

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Metionin sintaza
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EC broj 2.1.1.13
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Metionin sintaza (EC 2.1.1.13, 5-metiltetrahidrofolat-homocisteinska S-metiltransferaza, 5-metiltetrahidrofolat-homocisteinska transmetilaza, N-metiltetrahidrofolat:L-homocisteinska metiltransferaza, N5-metiltetrahidrofolatna metiltransferaza, N5-metiltetrahidrofolat-homocistein kobalaminska metiltransferaza, N5-metiltetrahidrofolni-homocistein vitamin B12 transmetilaza, B12 N5-metiltetrahidrofolat homocisteinska metiltransferaza, metiltetrahidrofolat-homocistein vitamin B12 metiltransferaza, tetrahidrofolatna metiltransferaza, tetrahidropteroilglutamatna metiltransferaza, tetrahidropteroilglutaminska metiltransferaza, vitamin B12 metiltransferaza, kobalamin-zavisna metioninska sintaza, metioninska sintaza (kobalamin-zavisna), METH) je enzim sa sistematskim imenom 5-metiltetrahidrofolat:L-homocistein S-metiltransferaza.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9] Ovaj enzim katalizuje sledeću hemijsku reakciju

S-metiltetrahidrofolat + L-homocistein \rightleftharpoons tetrahidrofolat + L-metionin

Ovaj enzim sadrži cink i kobamid.

Reference[uredi - уреди]

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