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Conjugate (in biochemistry)

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Chemical species produced in living organisms by covalently linking two chemical moieties from different sources. Example; A conjugate of a xenobiotic with some group such as glutathione, sulfate or glucuronic acid, to make it soluble in water or compartmentalized within the cell. See also phase II reaction Material produced by attaching two or more substances together, e.g. a conjugate of an antibody with a fluorochrome, or an enzyme.


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