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ATP citrate lyase
Additional recommended knowledge
This enzyme was formerly listed as EC 22.214.171.124.
The enzyme is cytosolic in plants and animals.
The enzyme is composed of two subunits in green plants (including Chlorophyceae, Marchantimorpha, Bryopsida, Pinaceae, monocotyledons, and eudicots), species of fungi, Glaucophytes, Chlamydomonas, and prokaryotes.
Animal ACL enzymes are homomeric, presumably an evolutionary fusion of the ACLA and ACLB genes probably occurred early in the evolutionary history of this kingdom.
This article incorporates text from the National Library of Medicine, a public domain work of the United States Government.
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