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Name Glycine Cleavage Complex
Description In eukaryotes the mitochondrial glycine cleavage complex (glycine decarboxylase complex) is a loosely-associated multienzyme complex that catalyzes the oxidative cleavage of glycine to carbon dioxide, ammonia, and a methylene group, in a multistep reaction (in (15791207)). The methylene group, carried by 5,10-methylenetetrahydrofolate, enters cellular one-carbon metabolism. In mammals, it is the primary pathway for glycine catabolism (in (6402507)). The glycine cleavage complex is composed of four different proteins: P-protein (glycine dehydrogenase), EC 1.4.4.2; T-protein (aminomethyltransferase) EC 2.1.2.10; L-protein (lipoamide dehydrogenase) EC 1.8.1.4; and H-protein (H-protein-(lipoyl)lysine), a non-enzyme which contains a lipoyl group that interacts successively with the three
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