Oxidases

Oxidases (subclass of oxidoreductases; EC 1.) are enzymes that catalyze the oxidation of a substrate without incorporating oxygen into the product. A two-electron oxidation is usually involved, so the oxygen is converted to H2O2. Most oxidases utilize either a metal or a flavin coenzyme.

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1066 N-Cyclopropyl-N-methyl-2-aminotetraline hydrobromide MAO inhibitor €95.00
1022 N 0425 hydrochloride MAO inhibitor €95.00
1062 N 0425 hydrochloride, (+)- MAO inhibitor €135.00
1063 N 0425 hydrochloride, (-)- MAO inhibitor €135.00
1018 N 0430 hydrobromide MAO inhibitor; Dopamine agonist €115.00
1020 N 0432 hydrobromide MAO inhibitor; Dopamine agonist Inquire
1067 N-Cyclopropyl-2-Aminotetraline hydrochloride MAO inhibitor Inquire
2583 PXS 4728A Potent inhibitor of VAP-1/SSAO inhibiting neutrophil rolling and tethering €155.00
3332 R-(-)-Deprenyl hydrochloride Highly selective MAO-B inhibitor €50.00
2629 TB5 Competitive and reversible MAO-B inhibitor capable of crossing the BBB €105.00
2977 Toloxatone Reversible MAO-A inhibitor; Antidepressant €80.00

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