Biopterin

Biopterin refers to a number of pterin coenzymes produced and utilised by many species including humans and animals. Biopterins and similar compounds are also found in some bacteria and fungi. Biopterins act as cofactors for aromatic amino acid hydroxylases, which produce a number of neurotransmitters including dopamine, norepinepherine, epinepher...
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biopterin

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biopterin

<protein> An enzymatic cofactor which is involved in some oxidation-reduction reactions, it is derived from the protein pterin. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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biopterin

Type: Term Pronunciation: bī-op′ter-in Definitions: 1. A pterin found in yeast, the fruit fly, and in normal human urine. The reduced form of biopterin serves as a coenzyme for a number of enzyme-catalyzed reactions.
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