De|hy|d|ro|ge|na|se [ de- u. Hydrogenase], die; -, -n: veraltetes Syn.: Dehydrase: ein Enzym ( Oxidoreduktase), das die Ablösung von 2 Wasserstoff-Atomen aus org. Verb. ( Oxidation) u. anschließend (als Hydrogenase) die Übertragung von H2 auf ein Coenzym wie FAD oder NAD bewirkt, z. B. Alkohol-Dehydrogenase.

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De|hy|dro|ge|na|se, die; -, -n [zu lat. de- = von - weg u. ↑Hydrogen] (Chemie): Enzym, das Wasserstoff abspaltet.

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