quinoprotein

quinoprotein

[‚kwin·ə′prō‚tēn]
(biochemistry)
A member of a class of proteins that uses pyrroloquinoline quinone as a cofactor.
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gdhB, a gene encoding a second quinoprotein glucose dehydrogenase in Pantoea citrae, is required for pink disease of pineapple.
Quinoprotein adduct formation in SH-SY5Y cells was measured by the NBT/glycinate assay following published procedures 30, 31].
DA (400 [micro]M)-derived quinones reacted with cellular nucleophiles to produce stable quinoprotein adducts.
This concentration of NAC, however, completely prevents the enhanced ROS production and increased quinoprotein adduct formation in DA-treated SH-SY5Y cells (Figures 3(a) and 3(b)).
Matsumoto, "Bioactive L-DOPA induced quinoprotein formation to inhibit root growth of cucumber seedlings," Journal of Pesticide Science, vol.
Enantioselective oxidation of amphetamine by copper-containing quinoprotein amine oxidases from Escherichia coli and Klebsiella oxytoca.
Weakly positive quinoprotein (blue) staining is evident in amorphous hyaline cells with granules interspersed in the cytoplasm (see Table 1).
In addition, the thin ectoderm may use quinones or quinoproteins as a first line of defense.
Distribution in microbial genomes of genes similar to lodA and goxA which encode a novel family of quinoproteins with amino acid oxidase activity.
Ferreira et al., "Oxidation process of adrenaline in freshly isolated rat cardiomyocytes: formation of adrenochrome, quinoproteins, and GSH adduct," Chemical Research in Toxicology, vol.
Electron transfer in quinoproteins. Arch Biochem Biophys.