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New yellow enzyme

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new yellow enzyme

The d-amino-acid oxidase found in yeast, a flavoenzyme, which contains fAD as coenzyme instead of fMN as does nADPH dehydrogenase; so-called to distinguish it from warburg's old yellow enzyme.

Compare: amino acid oxidases.