Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of catalase.

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Examples

  • Since 1935, Theorell has, with Swedish and other collaborators, carried out researches on various oxidation enzymes, and he has contributed especially to our knowledge of cytochrome c, peroxidases, catalases, flavoproteins, and

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  • The EIB202 genome contains genes putatively for a copper-zinc SOD (ETAE_0247) and an iron-cofactored SOD (ETAE_1676), as well as catalases (ETAE_0889 and ETAE_1368), which were believed to be the genetic marker for the

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  • Brygier J (1980) Inhibition studies in situ of yeast catalases.

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  • P. vitale (PDB ID 2IUF) and E. coli (PDB ID 1QF7) catalases.

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  • One mechanism that H. capsulatum purportedly utilizes to evade oxidative stress is the production of catalases

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  • Clade I contains the M antigen (Clade Ia) and catalases from

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  • Induction of catalases in Paracoccidioides brasiliensis protects the fungus against endogenously produced oxygen radicals and H.

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  • Koller F (1999) Undertanding the structure and function of catalases: clues from molecular evolution and in vitro mutagenesis.

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  • 4. More catalases and peroxidases are produced, generating oxygen and producing a foamy discharge, as in the bombardier beetle Metrius contractus Eisner et al.

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  • 5. As the output passage becomes a hardened reaction chamber, still more catalases and peroxidases are produced, gradually becoming today's bombardier beetles.

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