cytochrome c

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the most abundant and stable cytochrome

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Inhibition of ATPases and cytochrome-c activity sometimes may also be due to impaired glycolytic and Krebs cycle enzymes and like situations which as already cited in Table 1 and 2.
While runners receiving cytochrome-C excelled at the test, runners that received the chemical that blocked BDNF performed only as well as the sedentary mice did.
This new data suggests that GCS-100 and dexamethasone can overcome the inhibitory effect of Gal-3 on cytochrome-c to cause programmed cell death.
Alone and when bound to zinc or copper, this molecute appears to hasten the rate at which the protein cytochrome-C donates electrons to oxygen, Ponnamperuma reports.