interconvert

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in·ter·con·ver·sion

 (ĭn′tər-kən-vûr′zhən)
n.
Mutual conversion.

in′ter·con·vert′ v.
in′ter·con·vert′i·bil′i·ty n.
in′ter·con·vert′i·ble adj.

interconvert

(ˌɪntəkənˈvɜːt)
vb (tr)
to convert (two things) into one another
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In the ER, combined action of UGGT and G-II (cleavage-2) interconverts M9 and G1M9 glycoforms.
21) The significance of these cis, trans dienoic acids is complicated by the fact that in mammals, lipids are stored for practical purposes solely as saturated fat, and that in processing, the enoyl-coenzyme A isomerase system (22) interconverts cis, trans dienoic acids.
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We have recently employed this method in a study of the enzyme malate dehydrogenase, which interconverts malate and oxaloacetate by means of a proton and a hydride transfer.
It may be found that MJ is yet more potent, because the more biologically active of the four possible stereoisomers, (-)jasmonate, readily interconverts to the less active (+)jasmonate in commercial preparations.