nitrite reductase


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nitrite reductase

an ENZYME that catalyses the conversion of nitrite to ammonium hydroxide.
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Effect of Escherichia coli wild type or its derivative with high nitrite reductase activity on in vitro ruminal methanogenesis and nitrate/nitrite reduction.
We hypothesize that a unique formulation containing nitrate-rich beetroot along with hawthorn berry shown to have a robust nitrite reductase activity would improve nitric oxide status in humans and modify cardiovascular risk factors.
26) Our hypothesis, based on a number of preclinical and clinical studies, is that utilizing a nitrate source such as beetroot along with an effective nitrite reductase as found in hawthorn would enhance NO production and modify cardiovascular biomarkers of risk.
30) We reported that gua lou and borneol contained the highest nitrite reductase of the traditional Chinese herbs, with 133 pmol NO/mg/min and 875 pmol NO/mg/min respectively.
1]-type (nirS) nitrite reductase genes in DNA extracted from the water samples was used as a marker for denitrification (Philippot and Hallin 2005).
Prieme A, Braker B, Tiedje JM (2002) Diversity of nitrite reductase (nirK and nirS) gene fragments in forested upland and wetland soils.
Structure and Function of Formate-Dependent Cytochrome c Nitrite Reductase, NrfA Structure and function of Multicopper Oxidase Enzymes of Ammonia-Oxidizing Bacteria Assessing variability in gel-based proteomic analysis of Nitrosomonas europaea Nitrogen Metabolism and Kinetics of Marine Archaea and other oligotrophs
Nitrite reductase is the key enzyme involved in denitrification.
Limits of rDNA RFLP analysis and probes for the functional gene, nitrite reductase.
Effect of rumianl administration of Escherichia coli wild type or a genetically modified strain with enhanced high nitrite reductase activity on methane emission and nitrate toxicity in nitrate-infused sheep.
Effect of Escherichia coli wild type or its derivative with high nitrite reductase activity on ruminal methanogenesis and nitrate/nitrite reduction in vitro.