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(biochemistry) a class of hemoprotein whose principal biological function is electron transfer (especially in cellular respiration)

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2007), although cytochrome oxidase c subunit I (CO1) is used frequently to distinguish differences between close species.
Table 1--Collection localities, GenBank accession numbers for the cytochrome oxidase subunit 1 sequences, and catalog numbers for voucher specimens of Ictalurus from northwestern Mexico.
Exogenous cytochrome C restores myocardial cytochrome oxidase activity into the late phase of sepsis.
Sequencing of mitochondrial DNA cytochrome oxidase subunit for identification of sarcosaphagous flies (Diptera) in Chengdu.
Vestling, Frajola wrote his dissertation on "Investigations of the Cytochrome c Cytochrome Oxidase System" that was published in part and co-authored with Vestling (J.
Mitochondrial genes (including cytochrome oxidase I and the 12S and 16S rRNAs) were most commonly sequenced, with some nuclear genes (including histone genes and the 5.
DNA barcoding --the sequencing of a 650 bp region of the cytochrome oxidase I gene of the mitochondrial DNA molecule--enables the ready separation of about 97% of all shark and ray species.
The cytochrome oxidase is an important enzyme of oxidative phosphorylation in respiratory chain.
After incubation of these cultures overnight at 35[degrees]C, a portion of the slant culture was used for the cytochrome oxidase test.
Demant (1993) reported that inhibition of cytochrome oxidase activity by the adriamycin--[Fe.
Based on the literature, five regions of the mitochondrial genome have been targeted: the cytochrome b gene, control region (D-Loop), NADH dehydrogenase 5 and cytochrome oxidase I (COI).
Parker et al (49,50) perhaps clarified this biochemical observation when they reported that activity of the ETC enzyme cytochrome oxidase (COX) was reduced in mitochondria derived from the platelets of AD subjects.
Cyanide inactivates one of the most important enzymes in the body, cytochrome oxidase.
Since preheating barley grass juice removes its ability to breakdown pesticides, the researchers suggest that the degradation may be due to the action of one or more of the many enzymes known to be oresent in barley grass juice, including superoxide dismutase, cytochrome oxidase, peroxidase, catalase, fatty acid oxidase, and transhydrogenase.
To do this, mitochondria perform a series of electron transfers known collectively as the cytochrome oxidase reaction.