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isoenzyme

[¦ī·sō′en‚zīm]
(biochemistry)
Any of the electrophoretically distinct forms of an enzyme, representing different polymeric states but having the same function. Also known as isozyme.
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Isoenzymatic variation and phylogenetic relations between henequen Agave furcroydes Lem.
Isoenzymatic analysis allows to differentiate similar species of parasites on condition that their culture (protozoa) or much material (helminthes) can be obtained.
The isoenzymatic analysis has shown correlation with the genotypic analysis, showing a genotypic organization typical of a pathogenic strain.
Peroxidise, polyphenoloxidase, chitinase, [beta]-1,3 glucanase and phenylalanine ammonium lyase enzymatic activity and peroxidase and polyphenoloxidase isoenzymatic expression were determined in both radical and foliar tissues.
Amphibian transition to the oxidant terrestrial environment affects the expression of glutathione S-transferases isoenzymatic pattern.
Isoenzymatic identification of quantitative trait loci in crosses of elite maize inbreds.
Characterization of six isoenzymatic systems in Argentine representatives of two groups of Ganoderma, pp.
Cristina N, Darde ML, Boudin C, Tavernier G, PestreAlexandre M, AmbroiseThomas P A DNA fingerprinting method for individual characterization of Toxoplasma gondii strains: combination with isoenzymatic characters for determination of linkage groups.
A genetic analysis, using isoenzymatic loci partially diagnostic between the two taxa, has clearly revealed the hybrid status of the mussels that originated from Groix (Coustau et al.
The bees resulting from these processes are known as Africanized honey bees and resemble their African parents more than their European parents in terms of morphology, behavior, population dynamics, hemolymph proteins, biochemistry of cuticular hydrocarbons, allelic frequencies of isoenzymatic systems and DNA RFLPs patterns (Sylvester 1982; Daly 1991; Winston 1992).