Danielly G. Wolff

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The elongation factor Tu (EF-Tu), an abundant bacterial protein involved in protein synthesis, has been shown to display moonlighting activities. Known to perform more than one function at different times or in different places, it is found in several subcellular locations in a single organism, and may serve as a virulence factor in a range of important(More)
  • D G Wolff
  • 1976
The evolution of carbon monoxide during lipid peroxidation has been demonstrated in microsomal membranes. The formation of carbon monoxide was dependent on the peroxidation process, but independent of the initiators (NADPH-ADP x Fe(+3) or Ascorbate-Fe(+3)) used. Contrary to published results, the carbon monoxide does not result from heme catabolism. Carbon(More)
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