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  • noun Any of a group of enzymes containing flavin bound to protein and acting as dehydrogenation catalysts in biological reactions.

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  • noun biochemistry any of a group of enzymes, containing flavin, that act as dehydrogenases

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Examples

  • A technique called flavoprotein autofluorescence was used to image a part of their brain called the dorsal cochlear nucleus DCN, which is associated with tinnitus.

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  • Heikal AA, Webb WW (2002) Two-photon fluorescence spectroscopy and microscopy of NAD (P) H and flavoprotein.

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  • (LipDH) and electron transfer flavoprotein (ETF) [13].

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  • To stabilize the flavoprotein intermediate, the researchers kept it at an extremely low temperature - about -280 degrees Fahrenheit.

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  • By shining beams of powerful x-rays and visible light on the same region of the crystallized flavoprotein, two different but complementary sets of information are received.

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  • To stabilize the flavoprotein intermediate, the researchers kept it at an extremely low temperature - about -280 degrees Fahrenheit.

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  • When exposed to the x-rays, the cold flavoprotein rapidly accepts electrons liberated in the sample by the x-ray beam.

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  • As reported in the January 9, 2009, online edition of Biochemistry, Orville and colleagues from Georgia State University, Georgia Institute of Technology, and the University of Miami have used a new facility at Brookhaven's National Synchrotron Light Source (NSLS) to identify two possible oxygen intermediates in the flavoprotein, choline oxidase.

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  • By shining beams of powerful x-rays and visible light on the same region of the crystallized flavoprotein, two different but complementary sets of information are received.

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  • As reported in the January 9, 2009, online edition of Biochemistry, Orville and colleagues from Georgia State University, Georgia Institute of Technology, and the University of Miami have used a new facility at Brookhaven's National Synchrotron Light Source (NSLS) to identify two possible oxygen intermediates in the flavoprotein, choline oxidase.

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