ferroxidase


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ferroxidase

a substance that oxidizes iron thus facilitating the transfer of iron to transferrin.
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To ensure the iron deprived condition, firstly we did ferroxidase enzymatic assay to estimate the non-oxidized ferrous iron present in the reaction mixture.
Determination of ceruloplasmin content by ferroxidase activity assay
Serum ferroxidase activity in patients with multiple sclerosis: A Pilot Study," In Vivo, vol.
We previously developed an immunoassay for CP, a ferroxidase that plays a role in copper and iron metabolism, and characterized the antibody pair for this blood protein (15).
Ceruloplasmin is copper carrying protein which functions as a ferroxidase and superoxidase scavenger.
Ceruloplasmin is an [alpha]2-glycoprotein synthesized in hepatocytes that binds plasma copper and has ferroxidase activity.
It is remarkably similar to 1-I-ferritin that assembles into typical ferritin shells within mitochondria and has ferroxidase activity (41).
CP also has an important role as a ferroxidase and superoxide scavenger.
The links between APP and metal metabolism are further emphasized by the interaction of APP with ferroportin, to promote iron export and its ferroxidase activity [92, 93].
ceruloplasmin) CP Copper-binding (6-7 atoms per molecule) glycoprotein with ferroxidase activity oxidizing Fe(2+) to Fe(3+) without releasing radical oxygen species.