Fingerprinting with DNA-based molecular markers allows precise, objective and rapid cultivar identification compared with field plot growth test and isozyme
This class of enzymes consists of twelve different forms or isozymes
of PKC, the PKC [epsilon] isozyme
shown to be the most critically involved.
This indicated presence of only LDH-B isozyme
in adult quail testes.
CYP3A4 is the most abundant CYP450 isozyme
in HLMs, involving in the oxidative metabolism of over 50% therapeutic drugs (Rendic and Di Carlo 1997).
A comparative study on isozyme
phenotypic divergence among four types of pen shell Atrina pectinata Linnaeus.
variability among crytic species of Botrychium subgenus Botrychium (Ophioglossaceae).
The genetic structure and variation was analyzed using 13 isozyme
loci in 11 populations that were spaced approximately every one degree of latitude (Silva-Montellano & Eguiarte, 2003b).
Instead, one of the more thoroughly studied fluoroquinolones, ciprofloxacin, has been shown to have an inhibitory effect on the P-450 1A2 isozyme
(26) involved in the metabolism of R-warfarin.
Werth, CR: Implementing an isozyme
laboratory at a field station.
A comparison of electrophoretically detectable isozyme
differences in 6 populations of An.
Zervakis G, Venturella G, Papadopoulou K (2001b) Genetic polymorphism and taxonomic infrastructure of the Pleurotus eryngii species-complex as determined by RAPD analysis, isozyme
profiles and ecomorphological characters.
Researchers present 23 chapters delineating what is known, beginning with regulation of PKC isozyme
function from genes to biochemistry; their role in the control of cell function; their role in cancer; and their potential as targets for cancer therapy.