BH4 is oxidised to the BH3 radical during the eNOS catalytic cycle

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R-HSA-1497824
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Homo sapiens
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BH4 donates an electron to the eNOS catalytic cycle and is oxidised to the BH3 radical (BH3.-) (Berka et al. 2004).

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PubMed ID Title Journal Year
15476407 Redox function of tetrahydrobiopterin and effect of L-arginine on oxygen binding in endothelial nitric oxide synthase

Berka, V, Yeh, HC, Gao, D, Kiran, F, Tsai, AL

Biochemistry 2004
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