ferricytochrome

fer·ri·cy·to·chrome

(fer'i-sī'tō-krōm, fer-ē-),
A cytochrome containing oxidized (ferric) iron.
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Hoppel, "Decreased activities of ubiquinol: ferricytochrome c oxidoreductase (complex III) and ferrocytochrome c:oxygen oxidoreductase (complex IV) in liver mitochondria from rats with hydroxycobalamin[c-lactam]-induced methylmalonic aciduria," The Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol.
This colorimetric assay is based on an observation of the decrease in absorbance at 550 nm of ferrocytochrome c caused by its oxidation to ferricytochrome c by cytochrome c oxidase.
Total SOD activity was determined by monitoring the inhibition of the reduction of ferricytochrome C at 550 nm, using the xanthine-xanthine oxidase system as the source of superoxide.
UQCRC1 is an oligomeric enzyme that catalyzes the transfer of electrons from coenzyme QH2 to ferricytochrome c with the coupled translocation of protons across the mitochondrial inner membrane (Brandt and Trumpower, 1994).
Reduction of ferricytochrome c by superoxide was monitored from the increase in absorbance at 550 nm with reference at 540 nm for 45 minutes [8].
The use of acetylated ferricytochrome c for the detection of superoxide radicals produced in biological membranes.
ions was investigated by using the ferricytochrome c reduction assay described by Pick and Mizel (1981).
The superoxide-scavenging activity was calculated by measuring the reduction rate of ferricytochrome c.