L-amino acid oxidase


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L-amino acid oxidase

a group of specialized enzymes which are capable of oxidative deamination of amino acids; they contain flavin mononucleotide as the coenzyme.
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an L-amino acid oxidase in the ink of the sea hare Aplysia californica.
Cloning, characterization and expression of escapin, a broadly antimicrobial FAD-containing L-amino acid oxidase from ink of the sea hare Aplysia californica.
Characterization of L-amino acid oxidase and antimicrobial activity of aplysianin A, a sea hare-derived antitumor-antimicrobial protein.
L-Amino acid oxidase from Trimeresurus jerdonii snake venom: purification, characterization, platelet aggregation-inducing andantibacterial effects.
L-Amino acid oxidase from the Malayan pit viper Calloselasma rhodostoma: comparative sequence analysis and characterization of active and inactive forms of the enzyme Eur.
IL-4-inducing gene-1 is a leukocyte L-amino acid oxidase with an unusual acidic pH preference and lysosomal localization.
Purification and properties of the L-amino acid oxidase from Malayan pit viper (Calloselasma rhodostoma) venom.
Characterization and expression of L-amino acid oxidase of mouse milk.
Molecular cloning and functional analysis of apoxin I, a snake venom-derived apoptosis-inducing factor with L-amino acid oxidase activity.
For example, L-amino acid oxidases are present in the albumen gland and egg mass and have antimicrobial activity (Kamiya et al.