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Nitrosophenol     4-nitrosophenol

Synonyms: Quinone oxime, CHEMBL104353, NSC-3124, ACMC-1BVF6, CCRIS 4710, ...
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  • The enzyme as it was prepared was colorless, but, after oxidation with p-nitrosophenol followed by gel filtration in the absence of NADH, it showed the absorption spectrum of a flavoprotein [9].


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