Medical Definition of Glutaryl-CoA

1. The mono thiol ester of coenzyme A and glutaric acid; an intermediate in l-lysine and l-tryptophan catabolism. Glutaryl-CoA dehydrogenase, an enzyme that catalyses the reaction of glutaryl-CoA with an acceptor to form crotonoyl-CoA, CO2, and the reduced acceptor; a deficiency of this enzyme will lead to either glutaric acidemia type I or hyperoxaluria type II. Glutaryl-CoA synthetase, an enzyme similar to acyl-CoA synthetase, but which splits ATP, GTP, or ITP to the nucleoside diphosphate and orthophosphate in acting on glutarate, thus forming glutaryl-Coa. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Glutaryl-CoA

glutamyl tRNA dehydrogenase
glutamyl tRNA reductase
glutamylcysteine
glutar-
glutaral
glutaraldehyde
glutaraldehyde fixative
glutaraldehydes
glutardialdehyde
glutaredoxin
glutaredoxins
glutaric
glutaric acid
glutaronitrile
glutaryl
glutaryl-CoA (current term)
glutaryl-CoA dehydrogenase
glutaryl coenzyme A oxidase
glutarylamidocephalosporanic acid acylase
glutathione
glutathione S-transferase
glutathione disulfide
glutathione oxidase
glutathione peroxidase
glutathione reductase
glutathione synthase
glutathione synthetase
glutathione synthetase deficiency
glutathione transferase
glutathiones

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