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Isozymes are enzymes that differ in amino acid sequence but catalyze the same chemical reaction. These enzymes usually display different kinetic parameters, or different regulatory properties. The existence of isozymes permits the fine-tuning of metabolism to meet the...
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isozyme ( ) n. An isoenzyme. [ ISO– + (EN)ZYME .] isozymic i ' sozy ' mic adj. ... Isozymes (also known as isoenzymes) are enzymes that differ in amino acid ...
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Information about Isozymes in the free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. ... Analysis of differential effects of Pb2+ on protein kinase C isozymes. ...
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What is Isozymes? Meaning of Isozymes medical term. What does Isozymes mean? ... Analysis of differential effects of Pb2+ on protein kinase C isozymes. ...
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The full text of the IUBMB recommendations on nomenclature of multiple forms of enzymes ... I. Definition of Isozymes or Isoenzymes ...
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Enzyme Explorer includes enzymes, substrates, activators, and inhibitors. Search by name, application, or EC number. Review indexes for lectins and enzyme co-factors. - -
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In experiment 2, the cellular source of luteal PKC isozymes was determined. ... detected in both SC and EC, with EC expressing higher amounts of PKC isozymes. ...
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Activity of both ADA isozymes was found in PPMs and PBMs, and their media. ... Because extracellular isozymes profiles differ from cellular concentrations, the ...
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N-Myristoyltransferase isozymes exhibit differential specificity for human ... Therefore, the roles of the two isozymes, NMT1 and NMT2, in myristoylating Gag ...
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... 1/β1 and 2/β1 isozymes but increases their apparent Na+ affinity, dependent on ... distinct regulation of Na,K-ATPase isozymes by phosphorylation of phospholemman ...
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The present invention provides fluorescence-based methods for sensitively detecting total ADH activity in human sera and selectively measuring the activity of ...
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Protein kinase C (PKC) isozymes regulate epithelial barrier function and alter ... In various model systems, PKC isozymes have variously been found to be either ...
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Expression of PKC isozymes in human basophils. To clarify which PKC isozymes were present in ... Downregulation of PKC isozymes with overnight PMA treatment. ...
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Twelve different isozymes have now been described (29). Individual isozymes have been implicated in many cellular responses important in ...
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... that the inheritance of the mitochondrial MDH isozymes is largely ... Several of the hybrid isozymes formed as a result of interaction between various ...
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The isozymes of alkaline phosphatase, the tissue non-specific, intestinal and ... While all of the isozymes can catalyse several small molecular artificial ...
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Isozymes are structurally different molecular forms of enzymes which ... Historically, the mobility rates of isozymes were measured in a ...
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