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dihydroflavanol 4-reductase

isolated from flowers of Dahlia varibilis; requires NADPH as a cofactor; catalyzes the transfer of pro-S hydrogen of NADPH to the substrate; pH optima 6.0 for flavanones and 6.8 for dihydroflavonols
Also Known As:
3-hydroxyflavanone 4-reductase; DHF reductase; dihydroflavanol reductase; dihydroflavonol-4-reductase
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