Glycine amidinotransferase

glycine amidinotransferase glycine am·i·di·no·trans·fer·ase (ām’ĭ-dē’nō-trāns’fə-rās’, -rāz’, ām’ĭ-dĭn’ō-)
An enzyme that catalyzes the transfer of an amidine group from arginine to glycine during creatine synthesis.


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