ⓘ Transaldolase 1

                                     

ⓘ Transaldolase 1

Transaldolase 1 is a key enzyme of the nonoxidative pentose phosphate pathway providing ribose-5-phosphate for nucleic acid synthesis and NADPH for lipid biosynthesis. This pathway can also maintain glutathione at a reduced state and thus protect sulfhydryl groups and cellular integrity from oxygen radicals. The functional gene of transaldolase 1 is located on chromosome 11 and a pseudogene is identified on chromosome 1 but there are conflicting map locations. The second and third exon of this gene were developed by insertion of a retrotransposable element. This gene is thought to be involved in multiple sclerosis.

                                     
  • Transaldolase is an enzyme EC 2.2. 1 2 of the non - oxidative phase of the pentose phosphate pathway. In humans, transaldolase is encoded by the TALDO1
  • mutation in the transaldolase gene TALDO 1 It was first described by Verhoeven et al. in 2001. The leading symptoms of Transaldolase Deficiency are coagulopathy
  • In enzymology, an acetoin - ribose - 5 - phosphate transaldolase EC 2.2. 1 4 is an enzyme that catalyzes the chemical reaction 3 - hydroxybutan - 2 - one D - ribose
  • made by Streptomyces cattleya. It is formed by the fluorothreonine transaldolase catalysed transfer of fluoroacetaldehyde onto threonine. Murphy CD
  • phosphate pathway. It is formed by transketolase and acted upon by transaldolase Sedoheptulokinase is an enzyme that uses sedoheptulose and ATP to produce
  • transketolase and transaldolase families. Common names for the enzyme are: MenD SEPHCHC synthase 2 - succinyl - 5 - enolpyruvyl - 6 - hydroxy - 3 - cyclohexene - 1 - carboxylic - acid
  • 1016 S0031 - 9422 00 91430 - 4. Horecker, B. L Smyrniotis, P. Z 1953 Transaldolase The Formation of Fructose - 6 - Phosphate from Sedoheptulose - 7 - Phosphate
  • transferases, specifically those transferring aldehyde or ketonic groups transaldolases and transketolases, respectively The systematic name of this enzyme
  • 2004 ZNF143 mediates basal and tissue - specific expression of human transaldolase J. Biol. Chem. 279 13 12190 205. doi: 10.1074 jbc.M307039200. PMID 14702349
  • transferases, specifically those transferring aldehyde or ketonic groups transaldolases and transketolases, respectively Other names in common use include