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oxidase

[′äk·sə‚dās]
(biochemistry)
An enzyme that catalyzes oxidation reactions by the utilization of molecular oxygen as an electron acceptor.
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Table 1 Recommended dosages of monoamine oxidase inhibitors Medication Starting dosages Usual therapeutic_dosage Selegiline transdermal 10 mg twice a day 30 to 60 mg/d Tranykyprornine 15 mg twice a day 45 to 90mg/d Isocarboxazid 6 mg patch/d 6 to 12 mg patch/d Pheneizine 10 mg, 2 or 3 30 to 60 mg/d times a day Source: Adapted from reference 8
We studied the activity of two oxidases, glucose oxidase and galactose oxidase, along with the activity of [beta]-galactosidase in the temperature range from 4 to 38.
Because we used the enzyme glucose oxidase in this work, it's geared for diabetes.
The results were expressed in mg of phenols g-1 fresh mass; C) Polyphenol Oxidase Enzyme (PPO): determined according to the methodologies of Siriphanich and Kader (1985) and Flukey and Jen (1978).
Xanthine oxidase substrate drugs--azathioprine, mercaptopurine and theophylline: Inhibition of xanthine oxidase (XO) may cause increased plasma concentrations of these drugs leading to toxicity.
In this step, measurement of enzyme activity was done with commercial Cholesterol oxidase purchased from Sigma.
3:40 THE USE OF FLAME ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY (FAAS) TO DETERMINE THE AMOUNT OF MANGANESE PRESENT IN OXALATE OXIDASE FROM CERIPORIOPSIS SUBVERMISPORA **, Christopher Brooks * and Ellen W.
The vascular NADPH oxidase contributes to endothelial dysfunction and high blood pressure in the spontaneously hypertensive rat by enhancing superoxide production (5).
Oxidase positive, Spot Indole positive, Catalase positive
Glucose oxidase is known to be highly selective toward glucose, and therefore interferences with other carbohydrates such as fructose, saccharose, and maltose, etc.
PO, the active form of prophenol oxidase (proPO), is the terminal component of the proPO cascade, which functions in non-self recognition (Ratcliffe et al.
Methods: Partially purified Amaranthus spinosus leaf oxalate oxidase was immobilized through diazotization onto arylamine glass beads affixed on the surface of a plastic strip by a non reactive fixative and employed for oxalate determination in urine and serum samples collected from healthy individuals and urinary stone formers.