CGMP phosphodiesterase

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cGMP phosphodiesterase is an [[enzyme|enzyme]] that breaks down [[cGMP|cGMP]] by breaking the [[phosphodiester bond|phosphodiester bond]]. It is found in many different tissues including the [[retina|retina]].
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cGMP phosphodiesterase is an [[Enzyme|enzyme]] that breaks down [[CGMP|cGMP]] by breaking the [[Phosphodiester bond|phosphodiester bond]]. It is found in many different tissues including the [[Retina|retina]].
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Its source organism is ''[[Homo_sapiens|Homo sapiens]]'', cGMP phosphodiesterase is linear and has 860 [[Amino_acids|amino acids]].

Latest revision as of 15:41, 21 October 2016

cGMP phosphodiesterase is an enzyme that breaks down cGMP by breaking the phosphodiester bond. It is found in many different tissues including the retina.

Its source organism is Homo sapiens, cGMP phosphodiesterase is linear and has 860 amino acids.

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