Medical Definition of Coenzyme r

1. A prosthetic group for carboxylase enzymes. Important in fatty acid biosynthesis and catabolism and has found widespread use as a covalent label for macromolecules which may then be detected by high affinity binding of labelled avidin or streptavidin. Essential growth factor for many cells. This entry appears with permission from the Dictionary of Cell and Molecular Biology (11 Mar 2008)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coenzyme R

coenurosis
coenurus
coenzymatic
coenzymatically
coenzyme
coenzyme A
coenzyme B12
coenzyme F
coenzyme F(420) reducing hydrogenase
coenzyme F420-dependent alcohol dehydrogenase
coenzyme I
coenzyme II
coenzyme M
coenzyme M-7-merceptoheptanoylthreonine-phosphate-heterodisulfide hydrogenase
coenzyme Q
coenzyme R
coenzyme a-transferases
coenzyme a ligases
coenzyme factor
coenzyme q10
coenzymes
coequal
coequalities
coequality
coequally
coequalness
coequals
coequate
coequated
coequates

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