Human placental NAD(P)H oxidase: solubilization and properties.


The NAD(P)H oxidase in the syncytiotrophoblast of the term human placenta, which had previously been identified only by cytochemical methods, has been solubilized and a number of its biochemical properties have been defined. It is a protein composed of a 58 kDa and a 33 kDa subunit, with properties that clearly distinguish it from the respiratory burst… (More)


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