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  • adjective Of or pertaining to a microsome

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  • adjective of or relating to microsomes

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Examples

  • Due to changes in liver function and something called the microsomal ethanol oxidizing system MEOS, alcoholism may be a real case of where some calories don't count.

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  • • The MTTP gene provides instructions for making a protein called microsomal triglyceride transfer protein, which is essential for creating beta-lipoproteins.

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  • CLOCK-controls levels of another protein (called microsomal triglyceride transfer protein, or

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  • Ultraviolet induced photodegradation of cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.) microsomal and soluble protein tryptophanyl residues in vitro.

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  • They found the critical factor is the amount of microsomal peroxidase activity that is stimulated only by the presence of both vitamin E and selenium.

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  • They found the critical factor is the amount of microsomal peroxidase activity that is stimulated only by the presence of both vitamin E and selenium.

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  • Studies on the rate and extent of renaturation in vitro led to the discovery of a microsomal enzyme which catalyzes sulfhydryl-disulfide interchange and thereby accelerates, in vitro, the refolding of denatured proteins containing disulfide bonds.

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  • Rate per pmol of "Each Enzyme" Knowing:  the abundance of each CYP isoform per mg of microsomal protein  the isoform (s) responsible for specific metabolic routes  n  m Vmax

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  • Co variation of human microsomal protein per gram of liver with age:

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  • Emoto C, Murayama N, Rostami-H.djegan A, Yamazaki H. Utilization of estimated physicochemical properties as an integrated part of predicting hepatic clearance in the early drug-discovery stage: Impact of plasma and microsomal binding, Xenobiotica 2009, 39 (3): 227-235 10.

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