co-enzymatic

coenzyme

[koh-en-zahym]
noun Biochemistry.
a molecule that provides the transfer site for biochemical reactions catalyzed by an enzyme.

Origin:
1905–10; < German Ko-enzym; see co-, enzyme

coenzymatic [koh-en-zahy-mat-ik, -zi-] , adjective
coenzymatically, adverb
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coenzyme (kəʊˈɛnzaɪm)
 
n
biochem See also apoenzyme a nonprotein organic molecule that forms a complex with certain enzymes and is essential for their activity

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coenzyme co·en·zyme (kō-ěn'zīm')
n.
A thermostable nonprotein organic substance that usually contains a vitamin or mineral and combines with a specific apoenzyme to form an active enzyme system.

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coenzyme   (kō-ěn'zīm')  Pronunciation Key 
A nonprotein organic substance that usually contains a vitamin or mineral and combines with a specific protein, called an apoenzyme, to form an active enzyme system.
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