noun see demethylate

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  • Demethylation — is the chemical process resulting in the removal a of methyl group (CH3) from a molecule. A common way of demethylation is the replacement of a methyl group by a hydrogen atom, resulting in a net loss of one carbon and two hydrogen atoms. In… …   Wikipedia

  • demethylation — noun The removal of one or more methyl groups from a molecule See Also: demethylate …   Wiktionary

  • demethylation — The enzymatic removal of methyl groups. * * * de·meth·yl·a·tion (.)dē .me thə lā shən n the process of removing a methyl group from a chemical compound de·meth·yl·ate ( )dē me thə .lāt vt, at·ed; at·ing * * * de·meth·yl·a·tion (de… …   Medical dictionary

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  • Demethylase — Demethylases are enzymes that remove methyl (CH3 ) groups from proteins and other substances. They are used in a variety of processes, such as in chemotaxis signal transduction. Contents 1 Hydrolytic demethylation 2 Oxidative demethylation 3 See… …   Wikipedia

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