diaphorase

[ dahy-af-uh-reys ]
/ daɪˈæf əˌreɪs /

noun Biochemistry.

a flavoprotein, found in mitochondria, that acts as an enzyme in catalyzing the oxidation of reduced NAD.

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Origin of diaphorase

<German Diaphorase (1938) <Greek diáphor(os) different, unlike (see dia-, -phore) + German -ase-ase
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