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isozyme

[′ī·sə‚zīm]
(biochemistry)
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17) Because of regioselective metabolism by P-450 isozymes in the liver, R-warfarin is preferentially metabolized by P-450 IA2 isozyme, and S-warfarin is predominantly metabolized by P-450 2C9 isozyme via oxidation.
The protective effect of [delta]-aminolevulinic acid dehydratase 1-2 and 2-2 isozymes against blood lead with higher hematologic parameters.
Changes in isozyme profiles of catalase, peroxidase, and glutathione reductase during acclimation to chilling in mesocotyls of maize seedlings.
I have directed a number of graduate students in research involving isozymes, especially their use as indicators of taxonomic relationships among various groups of organisms.
It is the Class I ADH isozymes that are of the most interest to the practicing toxicologist, as it is these isozymes that are involved in the oxidation of ethanol and methanol.
Board 10 MUSCLE FUNCTION IN THE DUSKY SALAMANDER (DESMOGNATHUS FUSCUS): AN ANALYSIS OF METABOLIC ENZYME ACTIVITIES, LDH ISOZYME COMPOSITION, AND RECOVERY FROM EXERCISE.
The work was initially focused on one of the isozymes of the mu-class glutathione S-transferase (6, 65-75), but as the work progressed efforts on a number of other glutathione S-transferases from a variety of sources was carried out (76-82).
Within a species, these isozymes will vary depending on elevation or geographic location.
Included is information on the genus and the taxonomic history and morphology of its species, as well as pertinent data on its flavonoids, isozymes, DNA, and crossability.
The Company has applied its core expertise to discover highly potent and selective inhibitors and activators for protein kinase C (PKC) isozymes.
ALDH1A isozymes are markers of human melanoma stem cells and potential therapeutic targets.
Among them, allozymes and isozymes are of paramount importance.