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oxygenase

 [ok´sĭ-jen-ās″]
any enzyme of the oxidoreductase class that catalyzes the incorporation of both atoms of molecular oxygen into the substrate.
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ox·y·ge·nase

(ok'si-jĕ-nās),
One of a group of enzymes (EC subclass 1.13) that catalyzes direct incorporation of O2 into substrates; for example, tryptophan 2,3-dioxygenase (tryptophan pyrrolase) catalyzes a reaction between O2 and l-tryptophan to form N-l-formylkynurenine. Compare: dioxygenase, monooxygenases.
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oxygenase

(ŏk′sĭ-jə-nās′, -nāz′)
n.
An oxidoreductase that catalyzes the incorporation of molecular oxygen into its substrate.
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ox·y·gen·ase

(ok'si-jĕ-nās)
One of a group of enzymes (EC subclass 1.13) catalyzing direct incorporation of O2 into substrates.
Compare: dioxygenase, monooxygenases
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Heme oxygenase is important for the removal of ROS produced by free heme.
For heme degradation, three host proteins and one symbiont protein were identified as heme oxygenase (HO) (Fig.
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