allozyme

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allozyme

[′al·ə‚zīm]
(genetics)
One of two or more forms of an enzyme that are specified by allelic genes.
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HDL containing the PON1 R alloenzyme has been shown to be less effective in protecting LDL from oxidation than the Q alloenzyme [30].
Alloenzyme Diversity In the invasive grass Taeniatherum caput-medusae (poaceae): Analysis of Mating System
The Gln[right arrow]Arg polymorphism leads to two alloenzymes that clearly differ in paraoxonhydrolyzing ability: the Arg alloenzyme has a relatively higher activity and shows a greater degree of stimulation by 1 mol/L NaCl than does the Gln alloenzyme (18).