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Prostaglandin-f synthase

prostaglandin-F synthase

(Science: enzyme) catalyses conversion of pgd2 to pgf2alpha; also converts pgh2 to pgf2alpha

Registry number: EC 1.1.1.188

Synonym: pgd2 11-keto reductase, pgf synthetase, pgf synthase, prostaglandin d2-nADPH-dependent ketoreductase, prostaglandin f synthetase, pgf2alpha synthase, prostaglandin d2 11-keto reductase


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