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P-aminohippuric acid synthase

P-aminohippuric acid synthase

(Science: enzyme) An enzyme in the liver that catalyses the synthesis of p-aminohippuric acid from p-aminobenzoic acid (or the coA-derivative) and glycine. It may be identical with glycine acyltransferase.

Acronym: PAH


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