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Cofactor
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2,6-dichlorophenolindophenol
can substitute for cytochrome c
cytochrome c
cytochome c from horse-, beef- and tuna-heart more active than yeast cytochome c
cytochrome c
evaluation of the role of cytochrome c in D-lactate and methylglyoxal degradation. Recombinant expression of CYTC-1 in either the wild-type or cytc mutant background leads to increased tolerance to toxic concentrations of D-lactate and to a lesser extent also to methylglyoxal
cytochrome c
highly specific
cytochrome c
only cytochrome c-553 from same organism, eucaryotic cytochromes are not reduced
FAD
1 FAD per subunit
FAD
bound to the FAD binding domain of the enzyme
FAD
the enzyme is a flavoprotein. The flavin/pyridine cofactor redox state is detected fluorimetrically in cell homogenates
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