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[Purification and properties of valine dehydrogenase].
[Nitrate and nitrite reductase activity of milk xanthine oxidase].
The nitrate and nitrite reductase activities of milk xanthine oxidases were studied. The optimal conditions for manifestation of these activities were found. A possible mechanism of electron… Expand
Nitrogen fixation and biosynthesis of aspartic acid and alanine by bacteroids of Rhizobium lupini on various carbon sources
[Properties of metlegoglobin reductase from lupine nodules].
- A. F. Topunov, S. S. Melik-sarkisian, L. Lysenko, G. P. Iarpilenko, V. Kretovich
The purification and properties of metlegoglobin reductase from lupine (Lupinus luteus L.) nodules are described. The purification procedure results in a 1056-fold purification of the enzyme with a… Expand
Isolation of cofactor common to molybdenum-containing enzymes: nitrate reductase from lupine bacteroids and xanthine oxidase from milk.
- Z. Alikulov, N. P. L’vov, S. S. Burikhanov, V. Kretovich
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Biology bulletin of the Academy of Sciences of…
- 1 September 1980
A quantitative method for the anaerobic isolation of a molybdenum cofactor from two molybdenum-containing enzymes, nitrate reductase from the bacteroids of lupine nodules and xanthine oxidase from… Expand
Effect of legoglobin on respiration and nitrogen fixing activity of lupine bacteroids in the process of plant development
Induction of glutamate dehydrogenase in pumpkin roots with ammonium
[Effect of the nitrogen source on the glutamate dehydrogenase and alanine dehydrogenase of Chlorella].
During nitrogen assimilation by Chlorella a change in the source of this element produced a substantial effect on the activity of NADP-glutamate dehydrogenase and a smaller effect on the activity of… Expand
Principles of plant biochemistry
- V. Kretovich
Principles of plant biochemistry , Principles of plant biochemistry , مرکز فناوری اطلاعات و اطلاع رسانی کشاورزی
[Glutamate dehydrogenases of unicellular green algae: effects of nitrate and ammonium in vivo].
- V. Shatilov, A. V. Sofbin, T. I. Kasatkina, T. M. Zabrodina, M. G. Vladimirova, V. Kretovich
- Chemistry, Biology
- 1 February 1978
The constitution and control by the inorganic nitrogen source of glutamate dehydrogenases of some unicellular green algae have been studied. The Ankistrodesmus braunii and Scenedesmus obliquus cells… Expand