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Peroxidase: a novel pathway for chemical oxidation in human term placenta.
The results suggest that peroxidase may be a major enzyme in human term placenta capable of oxidation of endogenous chemicals and xenobiotics. Expand
Partial purification and characterization of a peroxidase activity from human placenta.
The presence of peroxidase activity was observed in human term and pre-term placenta and HTPP appears to be a membrane-bound glycoprotein, suggesting an endogenous origin. Expand
Peroxidase activity in the mouse uterus, placenta and fetus during pregnancy.
The results suggest that membrane bound peroxidase in mouse uterus and fetus undergoes major shifts during pregnancy, including a concomitant 50-fold logarithmic increase in fetal per oxidase activity. Expand
Partial purification and some biochemical properties of neonatal rat cutaneous glutathione S-transferases.
This study represents the first attempt to purify cytosolic glutathione S-transferases from skin of 3-day-old rats by a two-step procedure: affinity chromatography followed by HPLC. Expand
Environmental health.
Large scale association analysis of novel genetic loci for coronary artery disease and the role of the epithelial-mesenchymal transition regulator Slug in primary human cancers is reported. Expand
Understanding Mechanisms of Metabolic Transformations as a Tool for Designing Safer Chemicals
The sections in this article are Introduction The Role of Metabolism in Producing Toxic Metabolites Phase I Metabolism Phase II Metabolism Mechanisms by Which Chemicals Produce ToxicityExpand