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Coenzyme analogs: excellent substitutes (not poor imitations) for electrochemical regeneration.

For the first time, employment of nicotinamide coenzyme NAD analogs has overcome the limitations of NAD in electrochemical regeneration. It has been shown that NAD analogs, APAD and PAAD, were electrochemically reduced more efficiently than original NAD and that the stability of their reduced produc... Full description

Journal Title: Chemical communications (Cambridge England), December 14, 2011, Vol.47(46), pp.12538-12540
Main Author: Lee, Hye Jung
Other Authors: Lee, Sahng Ha , Park, Chan Beum , Won, Keehoon
Format: Electronic Article Electronic Article
Language: English
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description: For the first time, employment of nicotinamide coenzyme NAD analogs has overcome the limitations of NAD in electrochemical regeneration. It has been shown that NAD analogs, APAD and PAAD, were electrochemically reduced more efficiently than original NAD and that the stability of their reduced products was also much higher than NADH.
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