cytidine deaminase

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cytidine deaminase

Isoenzymatic forms of human cytidine deaminase

activation‐induced cytidine deaminase

activation-induced cytidine deaminase

Functional properties of subunit interactions in human cytidine deaminase

Orthologous Mammalian APOBEC3A Cytidine Deaminases Hypermutate Nuclear DNA

Possible role of two phenylalanine residues in the active site of human cytidine deaminase

Cytidine deaminase from two extremophilic bacteria: cloning, expression and comparison of their structural stability

Evolution of class switch recombination function in fish activation-induced cytidine deaminase, AID

Identification of the yeast cytidine deaminase CDD1 as an orphan C→U RNA editase

Evolution of the AID/APOBEC Family of Polynucleotide (Deoxy)cytidine Deaminases

Synthesis of conformationally locked carbocyclic 1,3-diazepinone nucleosides as inhibitors of cytidine deaminase

NMR assignments and the identification of the secondary structure of the anti-retroviral cytidine deaminase

Correlation of cytidine deaminase polymorphisms and activity with clinical outcome in gemcitabine-/platinum-treated advanced non-small-cell lung cancer patients

GATA1, Cytidine Deaminase, and the High Cure Rate of Down Syndrome Children With Acute Megakaryocytic Leukemia

Bioactive Cytidine Deaminase, an Inhibitor of Granulocyte-Macrophage Colony-Forming Cells, Is Massively Released in Fulminant Meningococcal Sepsis

Identification of four amino acid residues essential for catalysis in human cytidine deaminase by site-directed mutagenesis and chemical modifications.

Bile acid-induced expression of activation-induced cytidine deaminase during the development of Barrett’s oesophageal adenocarcinoma

Induction of activation‐induced cytidine deaminase gene expression by IL‐4 and CD40 ligation is dependent on STAT6 and NFκB


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EC; systematic name: cytidine aminohydrolase. An enzyme that catalyses the reaction:

cytidine + H2O = uridine + NH3.

It is a homodimer, with bound Zn2+. Specificity is poor, and deoxycytidine is also a substrate.


Subjects: Chemistry.

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