Skin Care and Treatments of Melbourne Dermatology - Classification of Oxidoreductases

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Classification of Oxidoreductases

Oxidoreductases are classified as EC # in the EC (Enzyme Commission) number classification of enzymes.

Oxidoreductases can be further classified into 22 subclasses (EC #.#):

EC 1.1 includes oxidoreductases that act on the CH-OH group of donors (alcohol oxidoreductases);

EC 1.2 includes oxidoreductases that act on the aldehyde or oxo group of donors;

EC 1.3 includes oxidoreductases that act on the CH-CH group of donors (CH-CH oxidoreductases);

EC 1.4 includes oxidoreductases that act on the CH-NH2 group of donors (Amino acid oxidoreductases, Monoamine oxidase);

EC 1.5 includes oxidoreductases that act on CH-NH group of donors;

EC 1.6 includes oxidoreductases that act on NADH or NADPH;

EC 1.7 includes oxidoreductases that act on other nitrogenous compounds as donors;

EC 1.8 includes oxidoreductases that act on a sulfur group of donors;

EC 1.9 includes oxidoreductases that act on a heme group of donors;

EC 1.10 includes oxidoreductases that act on diphenols and related substances as donors;

EC 1.11 includes oxidoreductases that act on peroxide as an acceptor (peroxidases);

EC 1.12 includes oxidoreductases that act on hydrogen as donors;

EC 1.13 includes oxidoreductases that act on single donors with incorporation of molecular oxygen (oxygenases);

EC 1.14 includes oxidoreductases that act on paired donors with incorporation of molecular oxygen;

EC 1.15 includes oxidoreductases that act on superoxide radicals as acceptors;

EC 1.16 includes oxidoreductases that oxidize metal ions;

EC 1.17 includes oxidoreductases that act on CH or CH2 groups;

EC 1.18 includes oxidoreductases that act on iron-sulfur proteins as donors;

EC 1.19 includes oxidoreductases that act on reduced flavodoxin as a donor;

EC 1.20 includes oxidoreductases that act on phosphorus or arsenic in donors;

EC 1.21 includes oxidoreductases that act on X-H and Y-H to form an X-Y bond;

EC 1.97 includes other oxidoreductases.

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