Medical Definition of Saccharopine dehydrogenase

1. Two enzymes that are used in the pathway of l-lysine catabolism; the first isoform catalyses the reversible conversion of l-lysine, alpha-ketoglutarate, and NADH to saccharopine and NAD+; the other isoform reversibly catalyses to conversion of saccharopine and NAD+ to l-glutamate, NADH, and l-alpha-aminoadipate d-semialdehyde. A deficiency of one of these isoforms is associated with familial hyperlysinaemia and saccharopinuria. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Saccharopine Dehydrogenase

saccharometabolic
saccharometabolism
saccharometer
saccharometers
saccharometry
saccharomyces cerevisiae
saccharomycete
saccharomycetes
saccharomycopsis
saccharomycosis
saccharonate
saccharone
saccharonic
saccharonic acid
saccharopine
saccharopine dehydrogenase (current term)
saccharopine dehydrogenases
saccharopine oxidase
saccharopinuria
saccharopolyspora
saccharorrhoea
saccharose
saccharosuria
saccharous
saccharum
saccharum canadense
saccharum lactis
saccholactate
saccholactates
saccholactic

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