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Catalase-peroxidase gene sequences in isoniazid-sensitive and -resistant strains of Mycobacterium tuberculosis from New York City
Comparison of several enzymes between normal physeal and tibial dyschondroplastic cartilage of broiler chickens
Effect of wind-induced mechanical stress on soluble peroxidase activity and resistance to pests in cucumber
Inducation of systemic acquired resistance in cotton by BTH has a negligible effect on phytophagous insects
Purification and characterization of peroxidases from the dye-decolorizing fungus Bjerkandera adusta
Phenol oxidase and peroxidase activities in desert grassland soils at the Sevilleta Long Term Ecological Research site in central New Mexico (USA) are far greater than those of temperate soils. Activity is uniformly distributed across particles ranging from >1 mm to <38 ?m and is unaffected by autoclaving, in contrast to hydrolase activities. The sorbed enzymes are readily extractable and inactivated by boiling. High soil pH, high stabilized oxidative enzyme activity, and carbonates create optimal conditions for degradation of phenols which increase decomposition potentials and limit soil organic matter accumulation. Published in Soil Biology and Biochemistry, volume 40, issue 2, on pages 550 - 553, in 2008.
Some biochemical aspects of resistance to controlled atmosphere in Liposcelis bostrychophila Badonnel (Poscoptera: Liposcelididae)