cytochrome c

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the most abundant and stable cytochrome

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The rate of reduction of cytochrome C was measured at zero and 30 seconds after addition of NADPH at wavelength 550 [eta]m.
Several studies have demonstrated that mitochondria may play an important role in apoptosis by releasing cytochrome c and activating caspase-9, which activates caspase-3 that is responsible for DNA-cleavage action (Liu et al.
Conversely, there was no difference in expression of cytosolic cytochrome c protein in any of the groups, and there was a significant decrease in active caspase-9 protein level in the medium- and high-dose groups (Figure 4A,B).
Prevention of apoptosis by Bcl-2: release of cytochrome c from mitochondria blocked.
The release of cytochrome C from mitochondria: a primary site for Bcl-2 regulation of apoptosis.
Reductase activity was determined by the measurement of the increasing absorbance of the preparation, corresponding to the reduction of the cytochrome C in the presence of [H.
The cytochrome c is able to bond to the hydroxyl radical, a particularly toxic molecule formed during cellular respiration, preventing the compound from attacking the cell.