Title : Histidase and histidinemia. Clinical and molecular considerations.

Pub. Date : 1991 Feb

PMID : 1943682






9 Functional Relationships(s)
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1 Histidase (histidine ammonia-lyase, EC 4.3.1.3) catalyzes the deamination of L-histidine to trans-urocanic acid in the liver and skin of mammals. Histidine histidine ammonia-lyase Homo sapiens
2 Histidase (histidine ammonia-lyase, EC 4.3.1.3) catalyzes the deamination of L-histidine to trans-urocanic acid in the liver and skin of mammals. Histidine histidine ammonia-lyase Homo sapiens
3 Histidase (histidine ammonia-lyase, EC 4.3.1.3) catalyzes the deamination of L-histidine to trans-urocanic acid in the liver and skin of mammals. Urocanic Acid histidine ammonia-lyase Homo sapiens
4 Histidase (histidine ammonia-lyase, EC 4.3.1.3) catalyzes the deamination of L-histidine to trans-urocanic acid in the liver and skin of mammals. Urocanic Acid histidine ammonia-lyase Homo sapiens
5 Histidase deficiency results in increased histidine and histamine in blood, and decreased urocanic acid in blood and skin. Histidine histidine ammonia-lyase Homo sapiens
6 Histidase deficiency results in increased histidine and histamine in blood, and decreased urocanic acid in blood and skin. Histamine histidine ammonia-lyase Homo sapiens
7 Histidase deficiency results in increased histidine and histamine in blood, and decreased urocanic acid in blood and skin. Urocanic Acid histidine ammonia-lyase Homo sapiens
8 In this review we discuss current research on: (1) the mechanism of formation of an unusual residue, dehydroalanine, at the active site of histidase; and (2) the role of urocanic acid as an ultraviolet light-induced immunoregulator in the skin, and the implications of urocanic acid deficiency for human histidinemia. dehydroalanine histidine ammonia-lyase Homo sapiens
9 In this review we discuss current research on: (1) the mechanism of formation of an unusual residue, dehydroalanine, at the active site of histidase; and (2) the role of urocanic acid as an ultraviolet light-induced immunoregulator in the skin, and the implications of urocanic acid deficiency for human histidinemia. Urocanic Acid histidine ammonia-lyase Homo sapiens