Types: It can be of 2 types: ac Oxidative deamination ac Non-oxidative deamination A. Oxidative Deamination ac Site of Oxidative Deamination: Krebs ... Enzymes: He also demonstrated the presence of D and L-amino acid oxidases in these tissues, which can act on D-and L-amino acids ... The H2O2 formed is toxic to cells and is converted immediately to O2 and H2O by enzyme catalase. ... It does not have any effect on glycine, or the L-isomers of the dicarboxylic or p-OH- a-amino acids.
|Title||:||Textbook of Biochemistry for Dental/Nursing/Pharmacy Students|
|Publisher||:||JAYPEE BROTHERS PUBLISHERS - 2004-01-01|