isoenzyme

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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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The thermal treatment denatures other isoenzymic forms of alkaline phosphatase leaving the placental isoform which is heat-stable.
Diversity of United States hybrid maize germplasm; isoenzymic and chromatographic evidence.
LDH exists as five isoenzymic forms that are composed of two types of subunits, H (heart) and M (muscle), the subunits are encoded by different genes.