Vitamins, Coenzymes, and Cofactors.txt
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- What Coenzyme and vitamin responsible for Carboxylation?
- Coenzyme: Biotin
- Vitamin: Biotin
What is Cobalamin (B12)? What does it do? What is its vitamin?
Vitamin is Cobalamin (B12)
What is Pantothenate? What does it precede? What does it do?
It is a vitamin.
Precursor for the Coenzyme A
It is responsible for Acyl Transfer
What Coenzyme is responsible for oxidation reductions reactions? What is its vitamin precursor?
What reaction is the coenzyme Lipoic Acid responsible for?
What is Niacin? What is it a precursor for? What reaction is it responsible for?
It is a vitamin
Oxidation- reduction reactions
What coenzyme is responsible for Amino group transfers? What is its Vitamin precursor?
What coenzyme does the vitamin Folic acid create? What reaction is it responsible for?
One-carbon group transfer
Wht is the vitamin precursor for Thiamin Pyrophosphate? What reaction is it responsible for?
What cofactor helps cyochrome oxidase?
What does Fe2+ and Fe3+ do? (3 enzymes)
Cofactors that work with Cytochrome oxidase, catalase, peroxidase
What does the cofactor K+ aid with?
The enzyme Pyruvate kinase
What enzymes does Mg2+ aid with? (3)
Hexokinase, glucose 6-phosphatase, pyruvate kinase
What cofactor aids with dinitrogenase?
What enzyme does Ni2+ aid with?
What is the cofactor for Glutathione peroxidase?
What enzymes do Zn2+ aid in?
Carbonic Anhydrase, alcohol, dehydrogenase, carboxypeptidases A and B
how do coenzymes differ from cofactors (2 reasons)
Coenzymes are organic
Coenzymes serve as transient (not permanently altered) carriers of specific functional groups
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