What are different classes of enzymes? Explain any two with the type of reaction they catalyse.
Following are the different classes of enzymes:
These are the enzymes which help in simultaneous oxidation and reduction of two substrates.
These enzymes facilitate the hydrolysis of a molecule.
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Reaction given below is catalysed by oxidoreductase between two substrates A and A’, complete the reaction.
A reduced + A’ oxidized →
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