Question 4 of 16
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Thioredoxin is involved in the:
The correct answer is (C).
- A. conversion of AMP to ATP.
- B. conversion of dUMP to dTMP.
- C. conversion of a ribonucleotide to a deoxyribonucleotide.
- D. inhibition of xanthine oxidase as a treatment for gout.
- E. degradation of nucleoprotein.
- A. Adenylate kinase does this.
- B. This is a methylation by thymidylate synthetase.
- C. Correct. Thioredoxin fluctuates between the sulfhydryl and disulfide forms.
- D. This is allopurinol.
- E. A variety of enzymes are involved here, but not thioredoxin.
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