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EC Number
Cofactor
Commentary
Reference
ATP
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coenzyme Q1
coenzyme Q1 is electron acceptor for PRODH/POX, which passes electrons directly to coenzyme Q1 (CoQ1) RODH/POX binds directly to CoQ1 without the formation of a tertiary complex. The transfer of electrons from proline to CoQ1 by PRODH/POX is dependent on downstream electron transfer from CoQ1 to Complexes III and IV
cytochrome c
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FAD
1.96 mol per mol of enzyme complex
FAD
determination of key amino acids involved in FAD-binding site and catalysis reaction, involving residues Ser165, Lys195 and Ala252
FAD
enzyme-bound, dependent on. Addition of excess FAD hardly improves the enzyme activity, confirming that the enzyme is fully saturated with FAD
FAD
FAD may be released by 1 M KBr, apoprotein has no proline dehydrogenase activity but may be restored by external addition of FAD
FAD
flavin cofactor, 1.2fold stimulated by exogenous FAD
FAD
non-covalent binding
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