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The human galanin receptor: ligand-binding and functional characteristics in the Bowes melanoma cell line.
Coenzyme binding by 3-hydroxybutyrate dehydrogenase, a lipid-requiring enzyme: lecithin acts as an allosteric modulator to enhance the affinity for coenzyme.
- B. Rudy, H. Dubois, R. Mink, W. Trommer, J. Mcintyre, S. Fleischer
- Biology, ChemistryBiochemistry
- 27 June 1989
The role of phospholipid in the binding of coenzyme, NAD(H), to 3-hydroxybutyrate dehydrogenase, a lipid-requiring membrane enzyme, has been studied with the ultrafiltration binding method, which we…
Cyanylation of 3-hydroxybutyrate dehydrogenase. The "essential" sulfhydryl group is not involved in catalysis.
- H. Dubois, T. Fritzsche, W. Trommer, J. Mcintyre, S. Fleischer
- Biology, ChemistryBiological chemistry Hoppe-Seyler
- 1 April 1986
The reactive sulfhydryl is close to the active site of 3-hydroxybutyrate dehydrogenase but is not involved in the catalytic mechanism as studied by fluorescence quenching.
Determination of dissolved iron in sea water by radioisotope dilution and the chelating agent bathophenanthroline
An Enzymic Assay for Uric Acid in Serum and Urine Compared with HPLC
- H. Dubois, B. Delvoux, V. Ehrhardt, H. Greiling
- Medicine, BiologyJournal of clinical chemistry and clinical…
In human serum and urine the procedure correlates well with HPLC and the uricase p-aminophenazone method on the SMAC analyser, and within-run and between-run imprecisions of the enzymic test were higher than for HPLC, but did not exceed 1.2% (CV) and 2.5% ( CV), respectively.
Lipid-binding properties of synthetic peptide fragments of human apolipoprotein A-II.
- C. Benetollo, G. Lambert, M. Rosseneu
- Chemistry, BiologyEuropean journal of biochemistry
- 1 December 1996
The data suggest that the C-terminal pair of helices of apo A-II, which is the most hydrophobic pair, is responsible for the lipid-binding properties of the entire protein.
Labelling by axonal transport of myelin-associated proteins in the rabbit visual pathway.
The results presented underline the importance of choosing appropriate experimental conditions to obtain a consistent labelling pattern of myelin-associated proteins and to investigate the possible mechanism responsible for this phenomenon.
Determination of transferrin without sample predilution by a turbidimetric assay on Boehringer Mannheim/Hitachi analysis Systems
The Tina-quant* a transferrin assay has a good analytical performance and enables the convenient determination of transferrin on analysis Systems used for routine clinical chemistry, especially important if a high sample throughput is needed.
Regional differences in thickness and metabolism of the myelin sheath along the optic nerve and tract of rabbit