A phosphatase is an enzyme that removes a phosphate group from its substrate
by hydrolysing phosphoric acid monoesters into a phosphate ion and a molecule
with a free hydroxyl group ... The other gr...
kinase ... An enzyme that attaches a phosphate group to another molecule is
called? An enzyme that attaches a phosphate group to another molecule is
All of the enzyme molecules were obtained from that site and processed in ...
make possible the ten steps in the breakdown of sugar – the process is called
glycolysis. ... then takes the last phosphate group from an ATP molecule and
attaches it to the glucose. Glucose ... fuctose1,6,biphosphate and another ADP
This humble group of atoms (phosphorus surrounded by oxygen) can carry
energy, ... Attach that cluster to one of the many carbon-containing molecules in
our ... two of its phosphates are lost, and the remaining one attaches to another ...
An enzyme called ATP synthase can use energy from the food we eat to attach
The 63P molecules then attach to an enzyme that removes two electrons from
each 63P, ... After this step is completed, another enzyme relocates the
phosphate group on the 3P, ... The final step of glycolysis involves a protein
This special carrier of energy is the molecule adenosine triphosphate, or ATP. ...
The other side of the sugar is attached to a string of phosphate groups. ... up as
orthophosphate (HPO4) or attached to another molecule (e.g. an alcohol). ... The
enzyme which makes ATP is called ATP synthase, or ATPase, and sits on the ...
The first stage of cellular respiration is a ten-step process called glycolysis. It
starts with a glucose molecule and ends with two pyruvate, two ATP and two ...
STEP 3: Phosphofructokinase attaches a phosphate group from another ATP ...
STEP 9: The enolase enzyme removes a hydroxyl (OH) group from carbon-3, and
Thus, antibodies attach to viruses or bacteria to mark them for destruction, the
enzyme ... The selective binding of a protein to another molecule. .... Thus,
hexokinase adds a phosphate group to d-glucose but ignores its optical isomer ...
This maximum rate divided by the enzyme concentration is called the turnover
Sometimes called the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor to distinguish it from a
muscarinic .... Protein that changes from one conformation to another when it
binds another ... Enzyme that attaches the correct amino acid to a tRNA molecule
to form an .... The terminal phosphate groups are highly reactive in the sense that
Another important theme is that single units of biological molecules (monomers)
can .... Enzymes also attach to the ribosomal complex and aid in the process of ...
purpose is to cleave the phosphate groups from a molecule called cyclic AMP.