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Duroquinol oxidase

Duroquinol oxidase
(Science: enzyme) Consists of fixn, fixo, and fixp proteins in bradyrhizobium, in which fixo and fixp are c-type cytochromes; does not contain cytochromes, probably a flavoprotein; a proto-haem containing oxidase expressed by the cyoabc locus in paracoccus denitrificans
registry number: EC 1.-
Synonym: aroid alternative oxidase, quinol oxidase, trypanosoma alternative oxidase, cyanide-resistant alternative oxidase, cytochrome bb3, cytochrome bb(3)


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