||The enzyme from Pseudomonas chlororaphis contains Ca2+ and protoheme IX, the iron of which must be in the form Fe(II) for activity. The enzyme exhibits a strong preference for aliphatic aldoximes, such as butyraldoxime and acetaldoxime, over aromatic aldoximes, such as pyridine-2-aldoxime, which is a poor substrate. No activity was found with the aromatic aldoximes benzaldoxime and pyridine-4-aldoxime.
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