Top 10 similar words or synonyms for phenyllactate

phenylpyruvate    0.800805

hydroxypyruvate    0.784532

ketoisocaproate    0.781259

erythronate    0.770839

indolelactate    0.754470

homoisocitrate    0.752759

acetylcoa    0.747875

errythronate    0.746633

arogenate    0.744108

phosphoenopyruvate    0.740045

Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for phenyllactate

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Cinnamoyl-CoA:phenyllactate CoA-transferase Thus, the two substrates of this enzyme are (E)-cinnamoyl-CoA and (R)-phenyllactate, whereas its two products are (E)-cinnamate and (R)-phenyllactyl-CoA.
Hyoscyamine Subsequently, tropinone reductase I (EC 1.1.1.206) converts tropinone to tropine which condenses with phenylalanine-derived phenyllactate to littorine. A cytochrome P450 classified as Cyp80F1 oxidizes and rearranges littorine to hyoscyamine aldehyde.
Cinnamoyl-CoA:phenyllactate CoA-transferase This enzyme belongs to the family of transferases, to be specific, the CoA-transferases. The systematic name of this enzyme class is (E)-cinnamoyl-CoA:(R)-phenyllactate CoA-transferase. This enzyme is also called FldA.
Hyoscine Subsequently, tropinone reductase I converts tropinone to tropine which condenses with phenylalanine-derived phenyllactate to littorine. A cytochrome P450 classified as Cyp80F1 oxidizes and rearranges littorine to hyoscyamine aldehyde. In the final step, hyoscyamine undergoes epoxidation catalyzed by 6beta-hydroxyhyoscyamine epoxidase yielding scopolamine.
Neonatal heel prick The test uses the growth of a strain of bacteria on a specially-prepared agar plate as a sign for the presence of high levels of phenylalanine, phenylpyruvate, and/or phenyllactate. The compound B-2-thienylalanine will inhibit the growth of the bacterium "Bacillus subtilis" (ATCC 6051) on minimal culture media. If phenylalanine, phenylpyruvate, and/or phenyllactate is added to the medium, then growth is restored. Such compounds will be present in excess in the blood or urine of patients with PKU. If a suitably-prepared sample of blood or urine is applied to the seeded agar plate, the growth of the bacteria in the test will be a positive indicator for PKU in the patient.
Neonatal heel prick To prepare the sample for application, a small amount of blood (from a heel puncture, for example) or urine (from a diaper, for example) is applied to a piece of filter paper. Then a small disc is punched from the center of the spot of blood or urine, and the disc applied to the surface of a seeded, minimal-medium agar plate that contains added beta-2-thienylalanine. If the sample contains phenylalanine, phenylpyruvate, and/or phenyllactate then these compounds will diffuse into the agar medium. If their concentrations are high enough (as with the excess levels seen with PKU), bacteria will grow under the disc, but not elsewhere. Generally an overnight incubation is enough to determine whether phenylalanine, phenylpyruvate, and/or phenyllactate are present in unusual concentrations in blood or urine.