I notice many wikipedia articles, courses, pathway sites use a different abbreviation for the same enzyme. Eg: Wikipedia lists the abbreviation of phosphoglycerate mutase as PGM, whilst wikipaths lists it as PGAM in the glycolysis pathway. Then there's enzymes like glyceraldehyde 3 phosphate abbreviated either as GAPDH or G3PDH. This has led to many confusions, particularly when the enzyme abbreviation is completely different to the gene abbreviation, eg: protein kinase A (PKA).
For the official names of genes, I'm using genenames.org. I thought it might be common practice to abbreviate an enzyme with its gene abbreviation, but I see this is problematic due to many enzymes being encoded by multiple subunits and genes from different locations.
Is there a site, or a way, to unambiguously know the correct, and most widely recognized, official name/abbreviation for an enzyme, like there is for genes?