desulfhydrase

desulfhydrase

 [de″sulf-hi´drās]
an enzyme that splits cysteine into hydrogen sulfide, ammonia, and pyruvic acid.

desulfhydrase

/de·sulf·hy·drase/ (de″sulf-hi´drās) an enzyme that removes a hydrogen sulfide molecule from a compound.

desulfhydrase

(dē″sŭlf-hī′drās)
An enzyme that cleaves cysteine into hydrogen sulfide, ammonia, and pyruvic acid.

desulfhydrase

an enzyme that splits cysteine into hydrogen sulfide, ammonia and pyruvic acid.
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2]S is mainly produced via the L-/D-cysteine desulfhydrase enzymes (LCD/ DCD) and it has been reported to be involved in stress responses to drought, heat, heavy metal and salt during seed germination and seedling growth (ZHANG et al.
2]S content determination and L-/D-cysteine desulfhydrase activity assay
Gotor, "An O- Acetylserine(thiol)lyase homolog with l-Cysteine desulfhydrase activity regulates cysteine homeostasis in arabidopsis," Plant Physiology, vol.
2-] generated by assimilation of sulfate reduction and the effect of cysteine desulfhydrase, and then synthesized PbS precipitation with [S.
2005) Isolation and characterization of a D-cysteine desulfhydrase protein from Arabidopsis thaliana.
2-] by a cysteine desulfhydrase in presence of zinc.
Role of D-Cysteine Desulfhydrase in the adaptation of Escherichia coli to D-Cysteine.