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metalloflavodehydrogenase

Pronunciation: me-tal'o-fla'vo-de-hi'dro-jen-as

Definition: A type of oxidizing enzyme, containing one of the flavin nucleotides as coenzyme, plus a metal ion that is also necessary to the action; the metal may be Fe (as in succinate dehydrogenase), Cu (as in urate oxidase), or Mo (as in xanthine oxidase).

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