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Birth of a pathway for sulfur metabolism in early amniote evolution
Nature Ecology & Evolution
Corpus ID: 220260221
Among amniotes, reptiles and mammals are differently adapted to terrestrial life. It is generally appreciated that…
Cysteine dioxygenase and cysteine sulfinate decarboxylase genes of the deep-sea mussel Bathymodiolus septemdierum: possible involvement in hypotaurine synthesis and adaptation to hydrogen sulfide
Corpus ID: 17838045
It has been suggested that invertebrates inhabiting deep-sea hydrothermal vent areas use the sulfinic acid hypotaurine, a…
Association of Carbon Disulfide with Plants, in the Family Fabaceae
Journal of Chemical Ecology
Corpus ID: 7445284
We examined 40 taxa from nine genera within the subfamily Mimosoideae; 29 (73%) from six genera produced carbon disulfide (CS2…
The relationship between the presence of cysteine lyase in the yolk sac endoderm and the disposition of the area vasculosa in the chicken blastoderm.
The Journal of experimental zoology
Corpus ID: 32745230
Two series of experiments were carried out to test the possible relationship between the presence of cysteine lyase and area…
Isotopic hydrogen exchange in reactions catalysed by cysteine lyase and serine sulphhydrase.
E. A. Tolosa
R. N. Maslova
E. V. Goryachenkova
European journal of biochemistry
Corpus ID: 25490662
Serine sulphhydrase from chicken liver and cysteine lyase from chicken-embryo yolk sac catalyse the exchange of alpha-H atoms of…
Substrate specificity of cysteine lyase
Corpus ID: 89373386
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