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ENZYME entry: EC 1.5.1.38

Accepted Name
FMN reductase (NADPH).
Alternative Name(s)
Flavin reductase P.
Reaction catalysed
FMNH(2) + NADP(+) <=> FMN + NADPH
Cofactor(s)
FMN.
Comment(s)
  • The enzymes from bioluminescent bacteria contain FMN, while the enzyme from Escherichia coli does not.
  • The enzyme often forms a two-component system with monooxygenases such as luciferase.
  • Unlike EC 1.5.1.39, this enzyme does not use NADH as acceptor.
  • While FMN is the preferred substrate, the enzyme can also use FAD and riboflavin with lower activity.
  • Formerly EC 1.5.1.29 and EC 1.6.8.1.
Cross-references
BRENDA1.5.1.38
EC2PDB1.5.1.38
ExplorEnz1.5.1.38
PRIAM enzyme-specific profiles1.5.1.38
KEGG Ligand Database for Enzyme Nomenclature1.5.1.38
IUBMB Enzyme Nomenclature1.5.1.38
IntEnz1.5.1.38
MEDLINEFind literature relating to 1.5.1.38
MetaCyc1.5.1.38
UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot
Q56691, FRP_VIBHA;  O31038, MSUE_PSEAE;  Q88J85, MSUE_PSEPK;  
P39605, NFRA1_BACSU;  P80644, SSUE_ECOLI;  Q88R97, SSUE_PSEPK;  
O85762, SSUE_PSEPU;  

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