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Adenosine (N) Change comment: Created page with "'''''German''': Adenosin'' <br> en:Adenosin ==Definition== '''Adenosine''' is a nucleoside. The compound is made up of adenine and ribose. =..."at 16.08.2017
Acylation (N) Change comment: Created page with "'''''German''': Acylierung'' <br> de:Acylierung ==Definition== An '''acylation''' is the introduction of an acyl group into a chemical compound..."at 16.08.2017
Cell adhesion molecule (N) Change comment: Created page with "''Abbreviation: CAM<BR> '''''German''': Adhäsionsmolekül'' <br> de:Adhäsionsmolekül == Definition == '''Cell adhesion molecules''' are me..."at 16.08.2017
Bacterial adhesin (N) Change comment: Created page with "''Synonym: adhesin''<BR> '''''German''': Adhäsin'' <br> de:Adhäsin ==Definition== '''Adhesins''' are bacterial surface components that allow pathogens..."at 14.08.2017
Adiponectin (N) Change comment: Created page with "'''''German''': Adiponectin'' <br> de:Adiponectin ==Definition== '''Adiponectin''' is an adipokine which is releases by adipocytes. The tiss..."at 14.08.2017
Adenosine deaminase (N) Change comment: Created page with "''Synonym: adenosine aminohydrolase''<BR> '''''German''': Adenosin-Desaminase'' <br> de:Adenosin-Desaminase<br> ==Definition== '''Adenosine de..."at 14.08.2017
Aconitase (N) Change comment: Created page with "''Synonym: aconitate hydratase'' <BR> '''''German''': Aconitase'' <br> de:Aconitase ==Definition== '''Aconitase''' is the term for a group of enzyme..."at 12.08.2017
Lactate dehydrogenase (m) at 12.08.2017
Acyl CoA dehydrogenase (N) Change comment: Created page with "'''''German''': Acyl-CoA-Dehydrogenase'' <br> de:Acyl-CoA-Dehydrogenase ==Definition== '''Acyl CoA dehydrogenases''' are mitochondrion|mit..."at 12.08.2017
Adenylation (m) at 11.08.2017
Adenylation (N) Change comment: Created page with "'''''German''': adenylierung'' <br> de:Adenylierung ==Definition== An '''adenylation''' is a biochemical reaction which transfers an AMP mole..."at 11.08.2017
Achiral meso compounds (N) Change comment: Created page with "'''''German''': achirale Mesoverbindungen'' <br> de:Achirale Mesoverbindungen == Definition == '''Achiral meso compounds''' are chemical..."at 11.08.2017
Acetyl-CoA carboxylase (N) Change comment: Created page with "''Synonym: ACC'' <br> '''''German''': Acetyl-CoA-Carboxylase'' <br> de:Acetyl-CoA-Carboxylase ==Definition== '''Acetyl-CoA-Carboxylase''' i..."at 11.08.2017
Stanley Cohen (N) Change comment: Created page with "'''''Article in German''': Stanley Cohen'' <br> de:Stanley Cohen ==Definition== '''Stanley Cohen''' is an American biochemist whose work focuses on..."at 11.08.2017
Hepcidin (N) Change comment: Created page with "'''''German''': Hepcidin'' <br> de:Hepcidin ==Definition== '''Hepcidin''' is a protein that plays a key role in the body's iron metabolism. It inhibi..."at 10.08.2017
Thalassemia (N) Change comment: Created page with "''from Greek: thalassa - Mediterranean sea<BR> ''Synonyms: thalassaemia, Mediterranean anemia<br> '''''German''': Thalassämie'' <br> de:Thalassämie..."at 09.08.2017
Bilirubin (N) Change comment: Created page with "''Synonym: haematoidin''<br> '''''German''': Bilirubin'' <br> de:Bilirubin ==Definition== '''Bilirubin''' is the yellow-brownish degradation product of [..."at 08.08.2017
Hemoglobin (N) Change comment: Created page with "''Synonym: haemoglobin<BR> '''''German''': Hämoglobin'' <br> de:Hämoglobin ==Definition== '''Hemoglobin''' is the iron-containing red blood pigm..."at 07.08.2017
Lactate dehydrogenase (N) Change comment: Created page with "''Abbreviation: LDH, LD''<br> '''''German''': Lactatdehydrogenase'' <br> de:Lactatdehydrogenase ==Definition== '''Lactate dehydrogenase''' is a..."at 06.08.2017
Coombs test (N) Change comment: Created page with "''Named for British physician Robert Roystom Amos Cooms (1912-2006)''<BR> ''Synonym: antiglobulin test, AGT''<br /> '''''German''': Coombs-Test'' <br> de..."at 02.08.2017
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