Short Chain Dehydrogenase-Reductases
"Short Chain Dehydrogenase-Reductases" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus,
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A large family of oxidoreductases that are predominantly NAD- or NADP-dependent and 250 to 350 amino acids in length. They generally consist of two PROTEIN DOMAINS: A catalytic N-terminal domain that binds the substrate, and a C-terminal coenzyme-binding domain.
|Short Chain Dehydrogenase-Reductases
- Short Chain Dehydrogenase-Reductases
- Dehydrogenase-Reductases, Short Chain
- Short Chain Dehydrogenase Reductases
- Short Chain Dehydrogenase Family
- Short Chain Dehydrogenase Superfamily
- Short Chain Dehydrogenases
- Dehydrogenases, Short Chain
- Short-Chain Alcohol Dehydrogenases
- Alcohol Dehydrogenases, Short-Chain
- Dehydrogenases, Short-Chain Alcohol
- Short Chain Alcohol Dehydrogenases
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