flavoenzyme

flavoenzyme

 [fla″vo-en´zīm]
any enzyme containing a flavin nucleotide (FMN or FAD) as a prosthetic group (non–amino acid component).

fla·vo·en·zyme

(flā'vō-en'zīm),
Any enzyme that possesses a flavin nucleotide as coenzyme; for example, xanthine oxidase, succinate dehydrogenase.
Synonym(s): yellow enzyme

flavoenzyme

/fla·vo·en·zyme/ (-en´zīm) any enzyme containing a flavin nucleotide (FMN or FAD) as a prosthetic group.

fla·vo·en·zyme

(flā'vō-en'zīm)
Any enzyme that possesses a flavin nucleotide as coenzyme; e.g., xanthine oxidase, succinate dehydrogenase.

flavoenzyme

any enzyme containing a flavin nucleotide (FMN or FAD) as a prosthetic group.
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Structure of the flavoenzyme vanillyl-alcohol oxidase in complex with phenol was shown (PDB: 1AHZ).
Purification and characterization of the flavoenzyme glutathione reductase from rat liver.
2] in different cellular compartments [35] and a member of flavoenzyme family which catalyzes the regenerates GSH from GSSG, with NADPH as a source of reducing power.
niger; a flavoenzyme synthesized inter and intracellular, is of prime importance in food and beverage industries (El-Sherbeny et al.
2-haloacrylate hydratase, a new class of flavoenzyme that catalyzes the addition of water to the substrate for dehalogenation.
Purification and characterization of flavoenzyme glutathione reductase from rat liver.
Multiple acyl-coenzyme A dehydrogenation disorder responsive to riboflavin: substrate oxidation, flavin metabolism, and flavoenzyme activities in fibroblasts.
Cellular concentrations of GSH and GSSG are regulated by the flavoenzyme GR, which catalyzes the following reaction:
Furthermore, we will explore and harness the unusual properties of the prenylated flavin, through targeted evolution of (monoxygenase) flavoenzymes to create artificial prFMN-dependent self-sufficient monoxygenases.
The present volume considers such topics as flavoenzymes involved in non-redox reactions, mechanisms of bacterial luciferase and related flavin reductases, choline oxidase and related systems, toward understanding the mechanism of oxygen activation by flavoprotein oxidases, glutamate synthase, and flavoprotein dehalogenases.
These compounds act as cofactors for flavoenzymes that are biologically available for several processes in the body.