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(R)-mandelonitrile lyase

Involved in cyanogenesis, the release of HCN from injured tissues. Catalyzes the stereospecific addition of HCN to a variety of aldehydes in vitro. It is a major seed constituent, and could have the additional role of a storage form for reduced nitrogen (By similarity).

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(R)-mandelonitrile lyase 1

Also known as (R)-mandelonitrile lyase 1 (Hydroxynitrile lyase 1) ((R)-oxynitrilase 1).
Involved in cyanogenesis, the release of HCN from injured tissues. Catalyzes the stereospecific addition of HCN to a variety of aldehydes in vitro. It is a major seed constituent, and could have the additional role of a storage form for reduced nitrogen ().

(R)-mandelonitrile lyase 2

Also known as (R)-mandelonitrile lyase 2 (Hydroxynitrile lyase 2) ((R)-oxynitrilase 2).
Involved in cyanogenesis, the release of HCN from injured tissues. Catalyzes the stereospecific addition of HCN to a variety of aldehydes in vitro. It is a major seed constituent, and could have the additional role of a storage form for reduced nitrogen ().

(R)-mandelonitrile lyase 3

Also known as (R)-mandelonitrile lyase 3 (Hydroxynitrile lyase 3) ((R)-oxynitrilase 3).
Involved in cyanogenesis, the release of HCN from injured tissues. Catalyzes the stereospecific addition of HCN to a variety of aldehydes in vitro. It is a major seed constituent, and could have the additional role of a storage form for reduced nitrogen.

(R)-mandelonitrile lyase 4

Also known as (R)-mandelonitrile lyase 4 (Hydroxynitrile lyase 4) ((R)-oxynitrilase 4).
Involved in cyanogenesis, the release of HCN from injured tissues. Catalyzes the stereospecific addition of HCN to a variety of aldehydes in vitro. It is a major seed constituent, and could have the additional role of a storage form for reduced nitrogen ().

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