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Immunochemical Studies of Amine Oxidases

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Title: Immunochemical Studies of Amine Oxidases
Authors: Uchima, Francis-Dean
Advisor: Yasunobu, Kerry
Issue Date: 15 Jan 2014
Publisher: University of Hawaii at Manoa
Abstract: Amine oxidases are ubiquitous in nature. For example, they are found in microorganisms, molds, plants, and animals. They all have similar properties with respect to their molecular weights (about 170,000) and with re­spect to their cofactors. They all appear to be copper-proteins and con­ tain an organic cofactor of unknown structure. In addition, they retain their historical names, diamine oxidases, although most will readily oxid­ize monoamines as well.
Pages/Duration: 17 pages
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