NADPH


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NADPH

 (ĕn′ā-dē′pē-āch′)
n.
The reduced form of NADP.

[NADP + H.]

NADPH

n
(Biochemistry) biochem the chemically reduced form of NADP
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sup][55] In HF, several studies have indicated that elevated ROS may be produced mainly through NADPH oxidase in cell membrane and cytoplasm.
Members of the NADPH oxidase (NOX) family of enzymes represent a major contribution to ROS production.
Mapping of Nef domains responsible of the interaction with and activation of NOX2 NADPH oxidase complex could help to identify potential therapeutic targets that block this association in order to restore the functional activity of NOX2 NADPH oxidase complex, thereby minimizing the harmful effects and improving the physiological responses during HIV infection.
The researchers used a genetic approach to increase NADPH levels.
Laboratory diagnosis of CGD can be achieved by performing flow cytometric analysis to evaluate NADPH oxidase activity (oxidative burst) using a fluorescent marker of superoxide generation.
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In C3 plants, CO2 fixation and reduction via the Calvin cycle operates in the chloroplasts of mesophyll cells (MC), and the NADPH required for CO2 reduction also comes from MC.
Gp91phox (Nox2) is a main component of NADPH oxidase, and if gp91phox is stimulated, then [O.
2]- por la NADPH oxidasa, induce un dano oxidativo directo mitocondrial a traves de cambios en la membrana interna de la mitocondria y altera el flujo en la cadena de transporte de electrones, lo cual potencializa aun mas la produccion de ERO (2,9).
During the reduction of GSSG by GR, one molecule of NADPH is consumed for the reduction of each molecule of reduced GSSG.
3 Glucose-6phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) catalyzes the rate-determining step in the pentose phosphate pathway and produces NADPH to fuel glutathione recycling.
but also ascorbate, NADH, NADPH, glutathione, cysteine, and protein-thiolic groups.