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List of EC numbers (EC 2)

This list contains a list of EC numbers for the second group, EC 2, transferases, placed in numerical order as determined by the Nomenclature Committee of the International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.

Contents

  • EC 2.1: Transferring One-Carbon Groups 1
    • EC 2.1.1: Methyltransferase 1.1
    • EC 2.1.2: Hydroxymethyl-, Formyl- and Related Transferases 1.2
    • EC 2.1.3: Carboxy- and Carbamoyltransferases 1.3
    • EC 2.1.4: Amidinotransferases 1.4
  • EC 2.2: Transferring Aldehyde or Ketonic Groups 2
    • EC 2.2.1: Transketolases and Transaldolases 2.1
  • EC 2.3: Acyltransferases 3
    • EC 2.3.1: Transferring groups other than amino-acyl groups 3.1
    • EC 2.3.2: Aminoacyltransferases 3.2
    • EC 2.3.3: Acyl groups converted into alkyl on transfer 3.3
  • EC 2.4: Glycosyltransferases 4
    • EC 2.4.1: Hexosyltransferases 4.1
    • EC 2.4.2: Pentosyltransferases 4.2
    • EC 2.4.99: Transferring Other Glycosyl Groups 4.3
  • EC 2.5: Transferring Alkyl or Aryl Groups, Other than Methyl Groups 5
  • EC 2.6: Transferring Nitrogenous Groups 6
    • EC 2.6.1: Transaminase 6.1
    • EC 2.6.2: Amidinotransferases 6.2
    • EC 2.6.3: Oximinotransferases 6.3
    • EC 2.6.99: Transferring Other Nitrogenous Groups 6.4
  • EC 2.7: Transferring Phosphorus-Containing Groups 7
    • EC 2.7.1: Phosphotransferases with an alcohol group as acceptor 7.1
    • EC 2.7.2: Phosphotransferases with a carboxy group as acceptor 7.2
    • EC 2.7.3: Phosphotransferases with a nitrogenous group as acceptor 7.3
    • EC 2.7.4: Phosphotransferases with a phosphate group as acceptor 7.4
    • EC 2.7.5: Phosphotransferases with regeneration of donors, apparently catalysing intramolecular transfers 7.5
    • EC 2.7.6: Diphosphotransferases 7.6
    • EC 2.7.7: Nucleotidyltransferase 7.7
    • EC 2.7.8: Transferases for other substituted phosphate groups 7.8
    • EC 2.7.9: Phosphotransferases with paired acceptors (dikinase) 7.9
    • EC 2.7.10: Protein-tyrosine kinases 7.10
    • EC 2.7.11: Protein-serine/threonine kinases 7.11
    • EC 2.7.12: Dual-specificity kinases (those acting on Ser/Thr and Tyr residues) 7.12
    • EC 2.7.13: Protein-histidine kinases 7.13
    • EC 2.7.99: Other protein kinases 7.14
  • EC 2.8: Transferring Sulfur-Containing Groups 8
    • EC 2.8.1: Sulfurtransferases 8.1
    • EC 2.8.2: Sulfotransferases 8.2
    • EC 2.8.3: CoA-transferases 8.3
    • EC 2.8.4: Transferring alkylthio groups 8.4
  • EC 2.9: Transferring Selenium-Containing Groups 9
    • EC 2.9.1: Selenotransferases 9.1
  • EC 2.10: Transferring molybdenum- or tungsten-containing groups 10
    • EC 2.10.1: Molybdenumtransferases or tungstentransferases with sulfide groups as acceptors 10.1

EC 2.1: Transferring One-Carbon Groups

EC 2.1.1: Methyltransferases

EC 2.1.2: Hydroxymethyl-, Formyl- and Related Transferases

EC 2.1.3: Carboxy- and Carbamoyltransferases

EC 2.1.4: Amidinotransferases

EC 2.2: Transferring Aldehyde or Ketonic Groups

EC 2.2.1: Transketolases and Transaldolases

EC 2.3: Acyltransferases

EC 2.3.1: Transferring groups other than amino-acyl groups

EC 2.3.2: Aminoacyltransferases

EC 2.3.3: Acyl groups converted into alkyl on transfer

EC 2.4: Glycosyltransferases

EC 2.4.1: Hexosyltransferases

EC 2.4.2: Pentosyltransferases

EC 2.4.99: Transferring Other Glycosyl Groups

EC 2.5: Transferring Alkyl or Aryl Groups, Other than Methyl Groups

EC 2.6: Transferring Nitrogenous Groups

EC 2.6.1: Transaminases

EC 2.6.2: Amidinotransferases

EC 2.6.3: Oximinotransferases

EC 2.6.99: Transferring Other Nitrogenous Groups

EC 2.7: Transferring Phosphorus-Containing Groups

EC 2.7.1: Phosphotransferases with an alcohol group as acceptor

EC 2.7.2: Phosphotransferases with a carboxy group as acceptor

EC 2.7.3: Phosphotransferases with a nitrogenous group as acceptor

EC 2.7.4: Phosphotransferases with a phosphate group as acceptor

EC 2.7.5: Phosphotransferases with regeneration of donors, apparently catalysing intramolecular transfers

EC 2.7.6: Diphosphotransferases

EC 2.7.7: Nucleotidyltransferases

EC 2.7.8: Transferases for other substituted phosphate groups

EC 2.7.9: Phosphotransferases with paired acceptors (dikinases)

EC 2.7.10: Protein-tyrosine kinases

EC 2.7.11: Protein-serine/threonine kinases

EC 2.7.12: Dual-specificity kinases (those acting on Ser/Thr and Tyr residues)

EC 2.7.13: Protein-histidine kinases

EC 2.7.99: Other protein kinases

EC 2.8: Transferring Sulfur-Containing Groups

EC 2.8.1: Sulfurtransferases

EC 2.8.2: Sulfotransferases

EC 2.8.3: CoA-transferases

EC 2.8.4: Transferring alkylthio groups

EC 2.9: Transferring Selenium-Containing Groups

EC 2.9.1: Selenotransferases

EC 2.10: Transferring molybdenum- or tungsten-containing groups

EC 2.10.1: Molybdenumtransferases or tungstentransferases with sulfide groups as acceptors

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