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aspartate biosynthesis

: L-ASPARTATE is synthesized from and degraded to : OXALACETIC_ACID, an intermediate of the : PWY66-398, by a reversible transamination reaction with : GLT, see : MALATE-ASPARTATE-SHUTTLE-PWY. This pathway provides a link between amino acid and carbohydrate metabolism. :OXALACETIC_ACID "Oxaloacetate", which is consumed in this pathway, is replenished from the : PWY66-398 and from the : MALATE-ASPARTATE-SHUTTLE-PWY. In addition to being a constituent of proteins, : L-ASPARTATE is also a precursor for the biosynthesis of many other compounds including : LYS, : THR, : MET and : NAD.

from BIOCYC source record: HUMAN_ASPARTATESYN-PWY
Type: pathway
Taxonomic scope
:
organism-specific biosystem
Organism
:
Homo sapiens
BSID:
142136

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