The Enzyme Database

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The enzymes in this section of the database are organized as you would find them in the Enzyme-Nomenclature book. Click [+] to expand, and [–] to collapse, any section. Clicking on a heading will open popup window with information on that class, subclass or sub-subclass.

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EC 1 []   
    EC 1.1  [+]      
    EC 1.2  [+]      
    EC 1.3  [+]      
    EC 1.4  [+]      
    EC 1.5  [+]      
    EC 1.6  [+]      
    EC 1.7  [+]      
    EC 1.8  [+]      
    EC 1.9  [+]      
    EC 1.10  [+]      
    EC 1.11  [+]      
    EC 1.12  [+]      
    EC 1.13  [+]      
    EC 1.14  [+]      
    EC 1.15  [+]      
    EC 1.16  []      
        EC 1.16.1       []    With NAD+ or NADP+ as acceptor 
                EC 1.16.1.1                      mercury(II) reductase 
                EC 1.16.1.2                      diferric-transferrin reductase 
                EC 1.16.1.3                      aquacobalamin reductase. This entry has been deleted since no specific enzyme catalysing this activity has been identified and it has been shown that aquacobalamin is efficiently reduced by free dihydroflavins and by non-specific reduced flavoproteins. 
                EC 1.16.1.4                      cob(II)alamin reductase 
                EC 1.16.1.5                      aquacobalamin reductase (NADPH). This entry has been deleted since the enzyme the entry was based on was later shown to be EC 1.2.1.51, pyruvate dehydrogenase (NADP+). On the other hand, it has been shown that non-enzymatic reduction of cob(III)alamin to cob(II)alamin occurs efficiently in the presence of free dihydroflavins or non-specific reduced flavoproteins. 
                EC 1.16.1.6                      cyanocobalamin reductase (cyanide-eliminating) 
                EC 1.16.1.7                      ferric-chelate reductase (NADH) 
                EC 1.16.1.8                      [methionine synthase] reductase 
                EC 1.16.1.9                      ferric-chelate reductase (NADPH) 
                EC 1.16.1.10                      ferric-chelate reductase [NAD(P)H] 
        EC 1.16.3       [+]    With oxygen as acceptor 
        EC 1.16.5       [+]    With a quinone or similar compound as acceptor 
        EC 1.16.8       [+]    With a flavin as acceptor 
        EC 1.16.9       [+]    With a copper protein as acceptor 
        EC 1.16.98       [+]    With other, known, physiological acceptors 
    EC 1.17  [+]      
    EC 1.18  [+]      
    EC 1.19  [+]      
    EC 1.20  [+]      
    EC 1.21  [+]      
    EC 1.22  [+]      
    EC 1.23  [+]      
    EC 1.97  [+]      
    EC 1.98  [+]      
    EC 1.99  [+]      
EC 2 [+]   
EC 3 [+]   
EC 4 [+]   
EC 5 [+]   
EC 6 [+]   
EC 7 [+]   


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