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Old yellow enzyme

old yellow enzyme --> NADPH dehydrogenase

(Science: enzyme) A flavoprotein that reversibly oxidises nADPH to nADP and a reduced acceptor.

Chemical name: nADPH:(acceptor) oxidoreductase

Registry number: EC

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