diaphorase


di·aph·o·rase

noun \dī-ˈa-fə-ˌrās, -ˌrāz\

Definition of DIAPHORASE

:  a flavoprotein enzyme capable of oxidizing the reduced form of NAD

Origin of DIAPHORASE

International Scientific Vocabulary diaphor- (from Greek diaphoros different, from diapherein to differ, from dia- + pherein to carry) + -ase — more at bear
First Known Use: 1938

di·aph·o·rase

noun \dī-ˈaf-ə-ˌrās, -ˌrāz\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of DIAPHORASE

: a flavoprotein enzyme capable of oxidizing the reduced form of NAD

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