d-amino acid oxidase


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d-amino acid oxidase

an active enzyme, widespread in animal tissues, but of little known significance in animals; capable of oxidative deamination of amino acids, but d-amino acids are almost completely absent from animal tissues.
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A highly stable d-amino acid oxidase of the thermophilic bacterium Rubrobacter xylanophilus, Appl.
Preclinical studies have combined D-serine with an inhibitor of D-amino acid oxidase to prevent D-serine breakdown.
The therapeutic potential of d-amino acid oxidase (DAAO) inhibitors.
10 [micro]l of the crude enzyme D-Amino acid oxidase had injected in the injection valve of HPLC having Lichrospher(R) WR 300 RP-18 (5[micro]m) column using Sodium pyrophosphate buffer 50mM.
Purification of mPEG-propionaldehyde -conjugated D-Amino acid oxidase
Purified D-amino acid oxidase obtained by HPLC has been covalently conjugated with mPEG-Propionaldehyde.
43 but the units of D-Amino Acid Oxidase were maximum in the 3rd fraction So we considered the retention time of crude enzyme is 2.
Fortunately, D-amino acid oxidase acts minimally on D-methionine methylsulfonium around a neutral pH, despite its structural similarity to D-methionine.
After the treatment of a biologic sample with Hcy methyltransferase and D-methionine methylsulfonium in the presence of dithiothreitol, the generated D-methionine is determined by D-amino acid oxidase, peroxidase, and the redox indicator in the presence of N-ethylmaleimide.