Acyl-CoA oxidase

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Acyl-CoA oxidase


Acyl-CoA oxidase is considered as a rate-limiting step in peroxysomal ฮฒ-oxidation, which carries out few ฮฒ-oxidation cycles, thus shortening very-long-chain fatty acids (>C20). Electrons are directly transferred from FADH2 to O2 with the formation of H2O2.

Reference: Speijer 2016 Biochem J

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