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  • noun Plural form of zyme.

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  • C.J.: Ef - fects of 6,6-difluorocholestanol and 7,7-difluorocholestanol on hepatic en - zymes of cholesterol metabolism.

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  • (, Km - values for wild-type and mutant en - zymes [1]) [1] Ki-Value (mM) 0.9

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  • Only if these two en - zymes work together can the conversion be accomplished in a reasonable amount of time.

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  • Phagocytosis and the role of lysosomes and lysosomal en zymes in the subsequent d estruction of Gas Exchange System ingested pathogens.

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  • Preface Today, as the full information about the genome is becoming available for a rapidly increasing number of organisms and transcriptome and proteome analyses are beginning to provide us with a much wider image of protein regu - lation and function, it is obvious that there are limitations to our ability to access functional data for the gene products ± the proteins and, in particular, for en - zymes.

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  • What this experiment shows is that some clever chemists have spent ten years of their lives re-engineering a pair of RNA-zymes to catalyze ONE reaction.

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  • For monomeric en - zymes it is identical to the value given for subunits.

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  • Akashi, T.; Aoki, T.; Ayabe, S.i.: Induction of isoflavonoid path - way in the model legume Lotus japonicus: molecular characterization of en - zymes involved in phytoalexin biosynthesis.

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  • < 2,4 > enzymes of 4-hydroxyphenylacetic acid meta-cleavage pathway are sythesized following at least two sequential induc - tive events [5,7]; genes encoding the first four enzymes of the 4-hydro - xyphenylacetic acid meta-pathway exist as two operons, one containing the hydroxylase gene while the other contains the other three [7]; two en - zymes suggested to be required for hydroxylase activity, member of new fa - mily of two-component aromatic hydroxylases.

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  • 363, 9-18 (1999) [6] Bak, S.; Nielsen, H.L.; Halkier, B.A.: The presence of CYP79 homologues in glucosinolate-producing plants shows evolutionary conservation of the en - zymes in the conversion of amino acid to aldoxime in the biosynthesis of cyanogenic clucosides and glucosinolates.

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