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An alternative reaction for heme degradation catalyzed by the Escherichia coli O157:H7 ChuS protein: Release of hematinic acid, tripyrrole and Fe(III).
C. T. Ndiaye
Journal of inorganic biochemistry
Corpus ID: 20473972
As part of the machinery to acquire, internalize and utilize heme as a source of iron from the host, some bacteria possess a…
The Formation in Vitro of ( i-)-Stercobilin from Bilk & in *
Corpus ID: 20126086
Stercobilin was first isolated from feces in 1932 (l), and it was soon observed to differ from the crystalline urobilin prepared…
Production of hematinic acid by the reaction of hemoglobin with phenylhydrazine: evidence for the oxidative cleavage of heme.
Biological & pharmaceutical bulletin
Corpus ID: 43071913
Incubation of hemoglobin (Hb, 2 mM as heme) with phenylhydrazine (PH, 5-20 mM) under aerobic conditions produced hematinic acid…
Characterization of the enzymatic and nonenzymatic peroxidative degradation of iron porphyrins and cytochrome P-450 heme.
W. H. Schaefer
Corpus ID: 45753197
Both purified cytochrome P-450 (P-450) and free ferriprotoporphyrin IX are destroyed by NADPH-P-450 reductase in the presence of…
Quantitative degradation of radiolabeled phycobiliproteins. Chromic acid degradation of C-phycocyanin.
European journal of biochemistry
Corpus ID: 43833965
Phycocyanin and allophycocyanin are bile-pigment apoprotein complexes found in the photo-synthetic apparatus of red and blue…
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