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isozyme

[′ī·sə‚zīm]
(biochemistry)
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PKC Isozymes [alpha], [epsilon] Enhance Learning and Memory, Synaptogenesis
This indicated presence of same type of LDH isozyme in adult as well as prepubertal testes but expression studies are showing that LDH present in prepubertal testes is made up of association of both A and B subunit whereas in adult testes it is only made up of B subunit.
In conclusion, the current study on inhibition effects of HM-1 isolated from Halenia elliptica on human CYP450 isozymes herein demonstrated that HM-1 can inhibit CYP1A2, 2C9 and 3A4 activities, but not CYP2D6 and CYP2E1 activities.
2000) compared EST, SOD, LDH, MDH, and ME isozymes of the kidney, the posterior adductor muscle, and the gill tissues of 4 types of A.
lechuguilla using 6 isozyme loci (20 plants per site, 16 seeds per adult) of one southern (Pachuca) and one central population (Mapimi), and found that in the South most seeds were the result of a cross pollination ([t.
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.
Specific allozymes have been detected for many mosquitoes and in some cases the isozyme characters appear to be correlated with vector status or another biological attribute.
The LD cut had significantly higher levels of the LDH-1 isozyme, which is responsible for lactate dehydrogenase-B gene activity.
The increased amount of lead bound to the ALAD 2 isozyme should result in decreased lead available to inhibit ferrochelatase, which would thus be available to catalyze the formation of heme with subsequent formation of hemoglobin in the presence of [Fe.
Should not be taken with fluvoxamine, a strong cytochrome P450 1A2 (CYP1A2) isozyme inhibitor.
Changes in isozyme profiles of catalase, peroxidase, and glutathione reductase during acclimation to chilling in mesocotyls of maize seedlings.