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  • n. Any oxidoreductase that requires FAD (flavin adenine dinucleotide) as a prosthetic group that functions in electron transfers.

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  • Light, D.R.; Waxman, D.J.; Walsh, C.: Studies on the chirality of sulfoxida - tion catalyzed by bacterial flavoenzyme cyclohexanone monooxygenase and hog liver flavin adenine dinucleotide containing monooxygenase.

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  • K.; Fuchs, G.; Langkau, B.; Ghisla, S.: 2-Aminobenzoyl - CoA monooxygenase/reductase, a novel type of flavoenzyme.

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  • C.C.; Walsh, C.: The stereochemistry of NADH utilization by the flavoenzyme monooxygenase orcinol hydroxylase.

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  • (, flavoenzyme [1,3];, one molecule of noncovalently bound FAD per subunit [4]) [1, 3, 4] NADH

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  • 17698-17703 (1989) [19] Colby, J.; Dalton, H.: Characterization of the second prosthetic group of the flavoenzyme NADH-acceptor reductase (component C) of the methane mono-oxygenase from Methylococcus capsulatus (Bath).

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  • 52, 665-671 (1986) [8] Latham, J.A.; Walsh, C.: Retention of configuration in oxidation of a chiral boronic acid by the flavoenzyme cyclihexanone oxygenase.

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  • 2-Aminobenzoyl - CoA monooxygenase/reductase, a novel type of flavoenzyme.

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  • 2300-2305 (1988) [6] Latham, J.A.; Walsh, C.: Mechanism-based in activation of the flavoenzyme cyclohexanone oxygenase during oxygenation of cyclic thiol ester sub - strates.

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  • 2-Aminobenzoyl-CoA monooxygenase/reductase, a no - vel type of flavoenzyme.

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  • The study, "Crystal structure of the bifunctional Proline utilization A flavoenzyme from

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