oxidized form of nicotinomide adenine dinucleotide phosphate.
NADP Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate; a coenzyme for dehydrogenases; reduced form is NADPH. Formerly called TPN (triphosphopyridine nucleotide), previously Coenzyme II.
Like NAD, but possessing another phosphate group; plays similar roles but is used by different enzymes.
Coenzyme closely related to NAD+ that is used extensively in biosynthetic, rather than catabolic, pathways.
nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate. a coenzyme that functions during photosynthesis to produce ATP.
a coenzyme similar to NAD and present in most living cells but serves as a reductant in different metabolic processes
A molecule that acts as an electron intermediate during photosynthesis. It is reduced during the light reactions and oxidized during the Calvin Cycle.
(Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate) A coenzyme involved in respiration. NADPH2 is its reduced form. NADP was previously known as TPN (triposphorpyridine nucleotide).
Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate. An important coenzyme, functioning as a hydrogen carrier in a wide range of redox reactions; the H is carried on the nicotinamide residue. The oxidized form of the coenzyme is written NADP+, the reduced form as NADPH. Many oxidoreductases are specific for either NAD or NADP, although some can function with either. As a broad generalization, NADP is more commonly associated with biosynthetic reactions, NAD with catabolic and energy-yielding reactions.
Phosphorylated form of NAD+, which is used extensively as an electron carrier in biosynthetic pathways and during photosynthesis.