horseradish peroxidases

horse·rad·ish per·ox·i·das·es

(hōrs'rad-ish pĕr-ok'si-dās-ĕz)
An enzyme used in immunohistochemistry to label the antigen-antibody complex.
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Effect of temperature on structural and functional properties of horseradish peroxidases was established that temperatures ranged 20-55oC causes reversible conformation and occurrence of changes of the hemoprotein molecule, which is related to consequent unfolding and folding of the protein globule.
Bewtra, (1998) A model for the protective effect of additives on the activity of horseradish peroxidase in the removal of phenol.
(2003) Ectopic expression of a horseradish peroxidase enhances growth rate and increases oxidative stress resistance in hybrid aspen.