Nitritreduktasen

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Nitritreduktasen sind Enzyme in Pflanzen und Bakterien; sie spielen eine wichtige Rolle in der Stickstoffassimilation von Pflanzen und der Nitratatmung in Bakterien (Denitrifikation). Nitritreduktasen katalysieren die Reduktion von Nitrit (NO2) und gehören zu den Oxidoreduktasen.

Es gibt vier Enzymklassen, die Nitritreduktase genannt werden:

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