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Gdp-ribosyl cyclase

Gdp-ribosyl cyclase

(Science: enzyme) catalyses the conversion of ngd_ (the guanine analog of nad) to cyclic GDP-ribose

registry number: EC 3.2.2.-


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cAMP 2nd Messenger Pathway and Experiments

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