Definition of Methylguanidinase

1. Noun. (enzyme) A hydrolase enzyme that catalyzes the reaction of methylguanidine and water into methylamine and urea. ¹



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Methylguanidinase

methylenophil
methylenophilic
methylergometrine
methylergometrine maleate
methylergonovine
methylergonovine maleate
methylerythritol
methylethylketone
methylformate synthase
methylglucamine
methylglucamine diatrizoate
methylglutaconyl-CoA hydratase
methylglyoxal
methylglyoxal dehydrogenase
methylglyoxalase
methylguanidinase (current term)
methylguanidine
methylguanidine synthase
methylguanine
methylguanosine
methylguanosines
methylhexaneamine
methylhistamines
methylhistidine
methylhistidines
methylhydrazine
methylhydrazines
methylic
methylidene
methylidenes

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