Medical Definition of Methylkinase

1. That transfers a methyl group from S adenosyl methionine to a substrate. most commonly encountered in bacterial chemotaxis where the methyl accepting chemotaxis proteins (MCPs) become methylated in the course of adaptation. This entry appears with permission from the Dictionary of Cell and Molecular Biology (11 Mar 2008)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Methylkinase

methylidynium
methylimidazole
methylimidazoles
methylimidazolium
methylindole
methylindoles
methylindolizidine
methylisopropylthiambutene
methylisothiazolinone
methylisothiazolone
methylisothiazolones
methylisoxazole
methylketobemidone
methylketol
methylketols
methylkinase (current term)
methyllithium
methyllorazepam
methyllysine
methylmagnesium
methylmalonate
methylmalonate semialdehyde
methylmalonates
methylmalonic acid
methylmalonic acidaemia
methylmalonic acidemia
methylmalonic aciduria
methylmalonyl-CoA
methylmalonyl-CoA epimerase
methylmalonyl-CoA mutase

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