NAD/NADH

Andreas Rech Anrech at student.uni-kl.de
Mon Jul 13 17:48:25 EST 1998



Shayne Woodward schrieb:

> Does anyone know of analogs or other molecules that serve the same
> function as electron acceptors/donors such as NAD/NADH, whether natural
> or synthetic?

NAD +  phosphoric acid-group at the 2'-Hydroxy - group = Coenzyme  nicotine
amide - Adenine - dinucleotide - phosphate (NADP, reduced form: NADPH ;
oxidized form: NADP+)
NADPH (free acid): C21H30N7O17P3, MG. 745,46

Lit.: 1 Biochem. J. 254, 1–10 (1988). 2 Trends Biochem. Sci. 11, 171–175
(1986). 3 Nachr. Chem. Tech. Lab. 38, 1382 (1990). 4 Beilstein EV 22/2,
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allg.: Beilstein EIII/IV 26, 3639–3641, 3644–3647, 3671–3673 ï Biochemica
Information, S. 209–213, Mannheim: Boehringer Mannheim 1987 ï Isler et al.,
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Kurzes Lehrbuch der Biochemie, 13. Aufl., S. 82–84, Stuttgart: Thieme 1988
ï Kirk-Othmer (3.) 24, 71–75 ï Stryer, Biochemie, S. 332f., Heidelberg:
Spektrum der Wissenschaft Verlagsges. 1990.
Quelle: CD Römpp Chemie Lexikon – Version 1.0, Stuttgart/New York: Georg
Thieme Verlag 1995

Flavin-Adenin-Dinucleotide

(FAD; reduced form: FADH2).
C27H33N9O15P2, MG. 785,76

Lit.: 1 FASEB J. 2, 2252–2261 (1988).
allg.: Bray et al., Flavines and Flavoproteins, Berlin: de Gruyter-Verlag
1984 ï Eur. J. Biochem. 181, 1–17 (1989).




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