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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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Current projects are focusing on the two isoenzymes of Glutaminyl cyclase, QPCT and QPCTL.
The utility of Lactate dehydrogenase isoenzyme pattern in the diagnostic evaluation of malignant and non-malignant ascites.
Fast liver alkaline phosphatase isoenzyme in diagnosis of malignant biliary obstruction.
Alkaline phosphatase (ALP) is a zinc-containing glycoprotein consisting of four isoenzymes, which are produced mainly in the bone, liver, intestines, and placenta.
Two genes that encode different 5a-reductases have been isolated: isoenzyme 1 (encoded by the SRD5A1 gene) and isoenzyme 2 (encoded by the SRD5A2 gene).
Deficiencies of N-acetyl-[beta]-hexosaminidase A and B isoenzyme activities in neonatal body are the reason for storing glycoconjugates in their lysosomes that cause Sandhoff and Tay-Sachs diseases [11].
After detecting the polymorphism and confirming the hybridity with the isoenzyme pattern, fifty individual coleoptiles were analyzed for detecting off types in the hybrids and parental lines.
GPBB isoenzyme is released into bloodstream via the T-tubules system with the peak value within the first 4 h after the onset of chest pain.
Clinical studies with different garlic preparations--dried powder, aqueous extracts, deodorized preparations, oils--have demonstrated diverse and highly variable results in tests of effects on CYP isoenzymes and other metabolism activities.
Serum b2m and LD2 isoenzyme levels were determined in the subjects and the values were compared with healthy age and sex matched controls.
Only one esterase band, EST0.20, in both types of cysts was observed in the esterase isoenzyme pattern; the esterase in the white cysts showed a darker band and exhibited more activity than the esterase in the brown cysts.
The presence of autoantibodies to the CA-II isoenzyme, which functions in many parts of the retina and in the choriocapillaris, may lead to pathologic retinal changes (i.e.