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List of EC numbers (EC 4)

This list contains a list of EC numbers for the fourth group, EC 4, lyases, placed in numerical order as determined by the Nomenclature Committee of the International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.

Contents

  • EC 4.1: Carbon-Carbon Lyases 1
    • EC 4.1.1: Carboxy-Lyases 1.1
    • EC 4.1.2: Aldehyde-Lyases 1.2
    • EC 4.1.3: Oxo-Acid-Lyases 1.3
    • EC 4.1.99: Other Carbon-Carbon Lyases 1.4
  • EC 4.2: Carbon-Oxygen Lyases 2
    • EC 4.2.1: Hydro-lyase 2.1
    • EC 4.2.2: Acting on Polysaccharides 2.2
    • EC 4.2.3: Acting on phosphates 2.3
    • EC 4.2.99: Other Carbon-Oxygen Lyases 2.4
  • EC 4.3: Carbon-Nitrogen Lyases 3
    • EC 4.3.1: Ammonia-Lyases 3.1
    • EC 4.3.2: Amidine-Lyases 3.2
    • EC 4.3.3: Amine-Lyases 3.3
    • EC 4.3.99: Other Carbon-Nitrogen Lyases 3.4
  • EC 4.4: Carbon-Sulfur Lyases 4
  • EC 4.5: Carbon-Halide Lyases 5
  • EC 4.6: Phosphorus-Oxygen Lyases 6
  • EC 4.99: Other Lyases 7
  • References 8

EC 4.1: Carbon-Carbon Lyases

EC 4.1.1: Carboxy-Lyases

EC 4.1.2: Aldehyde-Lyases

EC 4.1.3: Oxo-Acid-Lyases

EC 4.1.99: Other Carbon-Carbon Lyases

EC 4.2: Carbon-Oxygen Lyases

EC 4.2.1: Hydro-lyases

EC 4.2.2: Acting on Polysaccharides

EC 4.2.3: Acting on phosphates

EC 4.2.99: Other Carbon-Oxygen Lyases

EC 4.3: Carbon-Nitrogen Lyases

EC 4.3.1: Ammonia-Lyases

EC 4.3.2: Amidine-Lyases

EC 4.3.3: Amine-Lyases

EC 4.3.99: Other Carbon-Nitrogen Lyases

EC 4.4: Carbon-Sulfur Lyases

EC 4.5: Carbon-Halide Lyases

EC 4.6: Phosphorus-Oxygen Lyases

EC 4.99: Other Lyases

References

  1. ^ http://www.genome.jp/dbget-bin/www_bget?ec:4.1.2.8
  2. ^ http://www.ebi.ac.uk/intenz/query?cmd=SearchEC&ec=4.1.2.8
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