Guanine deaminase


Guanine deaminase

protein
Name=guanine deaminase
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HGNCid=4212
Symbol=GDA
AltSymbols=
EntrezGene=9615
OMIM=139260
RefSeq=NM_004293
UniProt=Q9Y2T3
PDB=
ECnumber=3.5.4.3
Chromosome=9
Arm=q
Band=21.11
LocusSupplementaryData=-21.33

Guanine deaminase (or guanine aminohydrolase) is an enzyme which converts guanine to xanthine.

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