2017, Vol. 4 Issue 3, Part B
The activity of transaminases in Primasubulura alata (Nematode) Parasitizing in Perdicula asiatica
Author(s): MR Siva Sai Kumari
Abstract: Transaminases are responsible for the transfer of amino groups from an amino acid to a Keto acid resulting in the formation of different amino and Keto acids. Transaminases provide intermediates of amino acid metabolism by converting excess of amino acids to Keto acids or vice-versa, ensuring a redistribution of nitrogen. Hence, these amino transferences serve as a link between carbohydrate and amino acid metabolism. Alanine amino transferase and Asparatate were quantitiatively estimated in Primasubulura alata.
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MR Siva Sai Kumari. The activity of transaminases in Primasubulura alata (Nematode) Parasitizing in Perdicula asiatica. International Journal of Fauna and Biological Studies. 2017; 4(3): 116-118.