RHEA:18320          (APPROVED)

an L-alpha-amino acid <=> a D-alpha-amino acid

Last modified: 2019-02-20Chemically balanced: yesQualifiers: Class of reactions

Formula: C2H4NO2R
Charge: 0
(no structure available)
<=>
Formula: C2H4NO2R
Charge: 0
(no structure available)

Same participants, different directions

RHEA:18317 an L-alpha-amino acid = a D-alpha-amino acid
RHEA:18318 an L-alpha-amino acid => a D-alpha-amino acid
RHEA:18319 a D-alpha-amino acid => an L-alpha-amino acid

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Enzymes Reactions

Reaction relationships

Outgoing
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Incoming
L-proline <=> D-proline
is a
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L-serine <=> D-serine
is a
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L-ornithine <=> D-ornithine
is a
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L-methionine <=> D-methionine
is a
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L-glutamate <=> D-glutamate
is a
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L-threonine <=> D-threonine
is a
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L-aspartate <=> D-aspartate
is a
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L-arginine <=> D-arginine
is a
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L-alanine <=> D-alanine
is a
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L-lysine <=> D-lysine
is a
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L-isoleucine <=> D-allo-isoleucine
is a
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L-proline betaine <=> D-proline betaine
is a
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L-histidine <=> D-histidine
is a
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L-cysteine <=> D-cysteine
is a
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L-glutamine <=> D-glutamine
is a
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L-asparagine <=> D-asparagine
is a
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L-leucine <=> D-leucine
is a
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L-2-aminohexanoate <=> D-2-aminohexanoate
is a
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L-homoserine <=> D-homoserine
is a
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L-phenylalanine <=> D-phenylalanine
is a
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L-tyrosine <=> D-tyrosine
is a
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N(alpha)-acetyl-D-methionine <=> N(alpha)-acetyl-L-methionine
is a
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L-tryptophan <=> D-tryptophan
is a
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