oxo-acid-lyase

oxo-ac·id-ly·ase (ok″so-as″id-liґās) [EC 4.1.3] any member of a sub-subclass of enzymes of the lyase class that catalyze the cleavage of a CC bond of a 3-hydroxy acid.

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