Common misspellings for kinase:
jinase, minase, linase, oinase, iinase, kunase, kjnase, kknase, konase, k9nase, k8nase, kibase, kimase, kijase, kihase, kinzse, kinsse, kinwse, kinqse, kinaae, kinaze, kinaxe, kinade, kinaee, kinawe, kinasw, kinass, kinasd, kinasr, kinas4, kinas3, jkinase, kjinase, mkinase, kminase, lkinase, klinase, okinase, koinase, ikinase, kiinase, kuinase, kiunase, kijnase, kkinase, kiknase, kionase, k9inase, ki9nase, k8inase, ki8nase, kibnase, kinbase, kimnase, kinmase, kinjase, kihnase, kinhase, kinzase, kinazse, kinsase, kinasse, kinwase, kinawse, kinqase, kinaqse, kinaase, kinasae, kinasze, kinaxse, kinasxe, kinadse, kinasde, kinaese, kinasee, kinaswe, kinasew, kinases, kinased, kinasre, kinaser, kinas4e, kinase4, kinas3e, kinase3, inase, knase, kiase, kinse, kinae, iknase, kniase, kianse, kinsae, kinaes, kinnase, kinase, cinase, kynase, kanase, kmnase, khnase, ki.ase, kifase, kilase, kioase, kinise, kinese, kincse, kina3e, kinace, kinaqe, kinare, kinasu, kinasm, kinasa, kinasg, kayenase, keyenase, k inase, ki nase, kin ase, kina se, kinas e.
Definition of kinase:
- A rather large group of enzymes comprising not only those transferring phosphate but also diphosphate, nucleotidyl residues, and others. These have also been subdivided according to the acceptor group. ( From Enzyme Nomenclature, 1992) EC 2. 7.
- A colloidal substance formed in certain organs, as the intestine, which activates the enzymes with which it comes in contact.
- [ Greek] A substance which transforms zymogens to enzymes.