Pronunciation: al-ă-nēn-oks-ō-mal′ō-nāt a-mē′nō-tranz′fĕr-ās
Definition: An enzyme that accomplishes the reversible transfer of the amino groups from l-alanine to oxomalonate, an action similar to that of alanine aminotransferase, producing pyruvate and aminomalonate.
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