biliprotein


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biliprotein

the conjugated bilirubin-protein complex. Called also delta-bilirubin.
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Phytochromes that are biliprotein photoreceptors enable some microorganisms to adapt to the light regime in the soil (Rottwinkel et al.
Using C-phycocyanin, a biliprotein from Spirulina platensis with antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and cytoprotective properties and INF-[beta] improved the redox status in mice with EAE, although they also differentially modulated another subset of genes.
The biliprotein C-phycocyanin modulates the early radiation response: a pilot study.
2010) reported that electron transport rate and biliprotein content were higher under high nutrient supply which all increased photosynthetic activity thereby increasing plant growth rate and yield.
delta]-Bilirubin, sometimes termed biliprotein, occurs when conjugated bilirubin covalently binds to albumin (76); it has a half-life of ~17-20 days (the same as albumin), which accounts for the prolonged jaundice in patients recovering from hepatitis or obstruction (77).
C-Phycocyanin is a biliprotein found in Spirulina platensis, blue-green algae.
6 min) as the naturally occurring biliprotein in human serum.