from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To introduce hydroxyl into (a compound).
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- v. To introduce a hydroxyl group into a compound
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In chem., to cause to combine with the radical hydroxyl.
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(As shown below, sufficiently high aspartame doses, which transiently exceed the liver's capacity to hydroxylate phenylalanine, can also potentiate seizures in rodents, whether these seizures are generated by drugs, electroshock, or inhalation of fluorothyl.)
It appears that boron may be needed to activate hydroxylate specific steroid hormones such as vitamin D, testosterone, and estradiol.
These animals hydroxylate proline by some alternative means.
PHD2 seems to be responsible for the hydroxylation, and hence the proteolysis of, HIF-α, PHD3 appears to hydroxylate the α-subunit during reoxygenation.
PHD3 appears to hydroxylate the α-subunit during reoxygenation.
(only 13% of the FAD is utilized to hydroxylate the substrate phenol, when resorcinol is used as substrate, the reaction is not significantly different from the reaction of the wild type enzyme )  R281M
201, 215-219 (1982)  Royce, P.M.; Barnes, M.J.: Failure of highly purified lysyl hydroxylase to hydroxylate lysyl residues in the non-helical regions of collagen.