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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See oxidase.

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  • Pellmyr O, Thompson JN, Harrison RG (1994) Phylogeny of Greya (Lepidoptera: Proxidae), based on nucleotide sequence variation in mitochondrial cytochrome oxydase I and II: congruence with morphological data.

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  • This then makes sure that the third component of the network releases the correct amount of urate oxydase into the blood and that the uric acid level is restored to a healthy balance.

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  • Martin Fussenegger refers to it fondly as a "molecular prosthesis" - an artificial aid that compensates for the evolutionary lack of urate oxydase.

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  • In most mammals, the enzyme urate oxydase controls the uric acid level.

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  • Professor Martin Fussenegger of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich designed a 'molecular prosthesis' to treat gout, which is made from human cells designed to detect an increase in levels of uric acid and to respond by secreting an enzyme called urate oxydase, which destroys uric acid.

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  • The pdb-codes of the proteins are as follows: endonuclease III - 2ABK, dihydrodipicolinate synthase - 1DHP, blue copper oxydase CuoE - 1KV7, threonine dehydratase - 1TDJ, penicillin amidase - 1PNK.

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  • The respective genotypes for mitochondrial cytochrome oxydase 1 (cox1) and cytosolic malate dehydrogenase (mdh) genes are indicated.

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  • 'molecular prosthesis' to treat gout, which is made from human cells designed to detect an increase in levels of uric acid and to respond by secreting an enzyme called urate oxydase, which destroys uric acid.

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