metalloflavodehydrogenase

me·tal·lo·fla·vo·de·hy·drog·e·nase

(mĕ-tal'ō-flā'vō-dē-hī'drō-jen-ās),
A type of oxidizing enzyme, containing one of the flavin nucleotides as coenzyme, plus a metal ion that is also necessary to the action; the metal may be Fe (as in succinate dehydrogenase), Cu (as in urate oxidase), or Mo (as in xanthine oxidase).