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An aldolase is an enzyme that performs an aldol reaction (creating an aldol) or its reverse (cleaving an aldol). The word often refers to any type of fructose-bisphosphate aldolase, but can also refer to other enzymes, such as the one[which?] that forms sialic acid.
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