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  1. ... particular fatty acid called arachidonic acid. Arachidonate lipoxygenases add oxygen molecules at different locations on the arachidonic acid molecule, producing a variety of ...
  2. ... molecule called 3'-phosphoadenyl-5'-phosphosulfate (PAPS) and adds it to a specific location on chondroitin sulfate proteoglycans. Sulfation of these molecules is ...
  3. ... impulsive actions. They may have attention deficit disorder (ADD), which includes an impaired ability to maintain attention and difficulty focusing on specific tasks. About one-third of individuals with ...
  4. ... make fats (lipids). Specifically, fatty acid 2-hydroxylase adds a single oxygen atom to a hydrogen atom at a particular point on a fatty acid to create a 2-hydroxylated ...
  5. ... make fats (lipids). Specifically, fatty acid 2-hydroxylase adds a single oxygen atom to a hydrogen atom at a particular point on a fatty acid to create a 2-hydroxylated ...
  6. ... enzyme is responsible for the second step, which adds a glucose molecule to the fucose molecule already attached to the protein. The B3GLCT gene is normally turned on (active) in most cells of the body, which ...
  7. ... its functions.The ABL1 kinase can be turned on by a number of different triggers and can add a phosphate group to many different proteins (also called substrates). This diversity allows ABL1 to be involved in a wide ... depending on cellular conditions. The ABL1 kinase interacts with several ...
  8. ... of another genetic syndrome, it can be passed on according to the inheritance pattern of that syndrome. ADD ADDH ADHD Attention deficit Attention deficit disorder Attention ...
  9. ... F, Newman WG, Evans DG. Mutations in LZTR1 add to the complex heterogeneity of schwannomatosis. Neurology. 2015 Jan 13;84(2):141-7. doi: 10.1212/WNL.0000000000001129. Epub 2014 Dec 5. Citation on PubMed or Free article on PubMed Central
  10. ... cofactor sulfurase carries out a chemical reaction that adds sulfur to a molecule called the molybdenum cofactor. This molecule is required for xanthine dehydrogenase and aldehyde oxidase to be turned on (activated) and carry out their functions. At least ...
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