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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of oxidases

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of oxidases:
/ɑksajdəsəz/

Derived Form of oxidases

noun
root word: oxidase
plural: oxidases
verb
root word: oxidase
Noun: oxidase
1
any of the enzymes that catalyze biological oxidation
Type ofenzymes,
Typesperoxidases,

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  1. of monoamine oxidases, which I Googled, which has something
  2. are either dehydrogenases or oxidases. so we can have just direct electron transfer,
  3. hydride transfer or we can have a direct reaction with oxygen in the presence of oxidases.
  4. to be coupled with enzymes such as dehydrogenases or oxidases because the compounds have to
  5. involved in redox reactions they have to be dehydrogenases, oxidases, oxidoreductases
  6. class here oxidoreductases a bulk of the oxidases, reductases and the hydrolases fall under this
  7. ahead asahi's is America Adamo Sheraton illa oxidases she acts
  8. secondly a very important enzyme family called multi-copper oxidases and these are the class of
  9. multi-copper oxidases that turn oxygen into water and allow our our gut flora to work properly
  10. And so, the class of enzymes we use are called oxidases
  11. and what do these oxidases do?
  12. Well they unmask or introduce polar groups. Examples being -Os and -OHs. Hence, the term oxidases.
  13. and the name of these oxidases by enlarge, the largest family of drugs working in the you know Phase I metabolism are the cytochrome p450
  14. First thing I want to realize is we're using oxidases. We're trying to introduce our unmasked polar groups.
  15. So in Phase II metabolism instead of using oxidases, we're using enzymes called transferases