Molybdenum is widely distributed in plants and animals. The metal exists in three valence states: Mo4+, Mo5+, and Mo6+. A limited number of redox reactions exploit the multivalence states. Molybdenum-dependent enzymes are found in pathways that metabolize purines, pyrimidines, pterins, aldehydes, and sulfites. A cofactor structure for molybdenum has been proposed (Figure 7) and is referred to as molybdopterrin. Enzymes that use the cofactor include xanthine oxidase, sulfite oxidase,

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