desulfurase

de·sul·fur·ase

(dē-sŭl′fə-rās′, -rāz′)
n.
An enzyme that catalyzes the removal of sulfur, usually as hydrogen sulfide, from organic compounds. Also called desulfhydrase.
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The expression levels of cysteine desulfurase of variety KT30 and variety Defumm-8 first decreased and then increased with the increasing Se concentration; however, expression levels of Se were lower than the control, and expression levels of Se in leaves of variety Luobeiqi increased.
Many studies have proven that cysteine desulfurase (CysD), S-adenosyl-l-Met:l-Met S-methyltransferase (MMT) (Berken et al.
This result built upon previous reports linking LYRM4 (also known as ISD11) as a binding partner to NFS1 cysteine desulfurase (NFS1), a sulfur donor in ISC biogenesis (Shi et al.