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hy·drog·e·nase

 (hī-drŏj′ə-nās′, -nāz′)
n.
An enzyme in certain microorganisms that catalyzes the hydrolysis or reduction of a substrate by molecular hydrogen.

hydrogenase

(ˈhaɪdrɪdʒəˌneɪz)
n
(Biology) an enzyme in certain microorganisms that speeds up the reversible oxidation of hydrogen
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This proposal aims to study the functional role of accessory proteins HydH and HydG in the biosynthesis of Hyd-5 and to design novel small molecule compounds that potentially inhibit hydrogenase activity and assembly.
Part two discusses metalloproteins in in vivo and ex vivo energy production, including native hydrogenase, bio-inspired hydrogen production, and artificial metalloenzymes.
Dacarbazin induces geno toxic and cytotoxic germ cell damage with on comitant decrease in testosterone and increase in lactate hydrogenase concentration in the testis.
Cook further added that if knocking out the other hydrogenase also drastically reduces long-term survival, the enzyme might end up being an excellent next-generation drug target in latent TB infections, which around one-third of the world's population suffer.
Localization to subcellular compartments of the uptake hydrogenase in the cyanobacterium Nostac punctiforme.
The second chapter reviews the electrochemistry of hydrogenase enzymes.
These studies of hydrogenase-deficient mutants suggest that the location of the Pd(0) deposits is in accordance with the subcellular localization of the remaining active hydrogenase and that all three hydrogenases could contribute to Pd (II) reduction in vivo [145].
Organisms that have the hydrogenase uptake enzyme (HUP+), such as soil and legume root bacteria, can capture and oxidize [H.
Growth- and substrate- dependent transcription of formate dehydrogenase and hydrogenase coding genes in Syntrophobacter fumaroxidans and Methanospirillum hungatei.
The roles of other genes in SZ have also been examined in Chinese patients, such as the genes encoding proline dehydrogenase (PRODH), tryptophan hydrogenase (TPH), apolipoprotein D(APOD), apolipoprotein E(APOE), neuronal acetylcholine receptor subunit [alpha]-7(CHRNA7), and dopamine [beta]-hydroxylase(DBH).
At admission, the neonate had a history of bloody diarrhea, STEC sepsis, thrombocytopenia, hemolytic anemia (plasma concentrations of lactate hydrogenase and hemoglobin were elevated) with fragmented erythrocytes in peripheral blood and acute uremia.
Two nickel-containing enzymes, the hydrogen uptake hydrogenase and urease, are required for colonization and persistence in the stomach.
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