Adenylosuccinate synthase


Adenylosuccinate synthase

protein
Name=adenylosuccinate synthase
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HGNCid=292
Symbol=ADSS
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EntrezGene=159
OMIM=103060
RefSeq=NM_001126
UniProt=P30520
PDB=
ECnumber=6.3.4.4
Chromosome=1
Arm=q
Band=44
LocusSupplementaryData=

Adenylosuccinate synthase (or adenylosuccinate synthetase) is an enzyme which converts IMP to adenylosuccinate.

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