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  • n. Plural form of flavoprotein.


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  • In these forms, riboflavin attaches to protein enzymes called flavoproteins that allow oxygen-based energy production to occur.

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  • Since 1935, Theorell has, with Swedish and other collaborators, carried out researches on various oxidation enzymes, and he has contributed especially to our knowledge of cytochrome c, peroxidases, catalases, flavoproteins, and

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  • Using the redox ratio, calculated from the contributions of NAD (P) H and flavoproteins, we identify distinct patterns in the evolution of the metabolic activity of hMSCs maintained in either propagation, osteogenic or adipogenic differentiation media.

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  • The greatest contributors of cellular TPEF are predominantly mitochondrially localized NADH and flavoproteins (FP)

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  • We demonstrate that the individual fluorescence contribution from the intrinsic cellular fluorophores NAD (P) H, flavoproteins and lipofuscin can be extracted from TPEF images and monitored dynamically from the same cell population over time.

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  • Although scientists have determined more than 1,200 crystal structures of flavoproteins, they've been blind to exactly what oxygen activation looks like within these enzymes.

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  • The interdisciplinary team has a broad interest in flavoproteins, which were first discovered in the 1930s and derive from riboflavin, or vitamin B2.

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  • Stereochemistry and accessi - bility of prosthetic groups in flavoproteins.

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  • We further employed CoQ10, a highly mobile electron carrier between the flavoproteins and cytochromes in the mitochondrial respiratory chain

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