Medical Definition of Arginine amidase

1. A ureahydrolase that catalyses the hydrolysis of arginine and canavanine to yield l-ornithine and urea. Chemical name: L-Arginine amidinohydrolase Registry number: EC 3.5.3.1 (12 Dec 1998)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Arginine Amidase

argillites
argillitic
argilliturbation
argilloarenaceous
argillocalcareous
argilloferruginous
argillous
argils
arginase
arginase deficiency
arginases
argininal
arginine-tRNA ligase
arginine 2-monooxygenase
arginine amidase (current term)
arginine deiminase
arginine dihydrolase
arginine endopeptidase
arginine esterase
arginine glutamate
arginine hydrochloride
arginine iminohydrolase
arginine kinase
arginine oxidase
arginine phosphate
arginine succinyltransferase
arginine vasopressin
arginine vasotocin
arginines

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