# Browse Dept. of Biochemistry by Contributor "Hager, Lowell P."

• (1992)
Pyruvate oxidase, a tetrameric enzyme consisting of four identicle subunits, undergoes a change in conformation with the binding of TPP and pyruvate. Circular dichroism measurements show the change in secondary structure ...

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• (1988)
Chloroperoxidase is an enzyme secreted by the filamentous fungus Caldariomyces fumago. The enzyme catalyzes peroxidative halogenation of a number of organic compounds. Halides used include chloride, bromide and iodide. It ...

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• (1995)
Wolbachia, an endocellular bacterium closely associated with cytoplasmic incompatibility in insects (CI), was purified from infected eggs and microinjected into two strains of D. melanogaster, a highly inbred laboratory ...

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• (1989)
Chloroperoxidase, a heme-containing glycoprotein from Caldariomyces fumago, is secreted in prodigious amounts in the presence of fructose. Production of 90% pure, mycelium-free enzyme for 200 days from a single inoculum ...

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• (1997)
Chloroperoxidase from Caldariomyces fumago has the characteristics of a promising industrial catalyst. Chloroperoxidase is inexpensive to produce and relatively stable and able to catalyze a large number of potentially ...

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• (1997)
Chloroperoxidase from the filamentous fungus Caldariomyces fumago is a heme protein with a unique structure and broad catalytic activities. In this thesis research, we report on the development of protein expression systems ...

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• (1990)
Plasmodium falciparum is the most lethal of four species of protozoa that cause malaria in humans. Since the blood stage of the parasite life cycle is responsible for the clinical manifestations of the disease, studies of ...

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• (1991)
Malaria remains as one of the biggest public health problems in the world today. Plasmodium falciparum is the most lethal among the four species of protozoa that cause malaria infection in humans. In the parasite life cycle ...

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• (1997)
To elucidate factors involved in the control of CPO heme N-alkylation by terminal alkenes, the epoxidation of a series of monosubstituted and 1,1-disubstituted terminal alkenes by CPO was investigated. Terminal alkenes ...

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• (1994)
Methyl Chloride is biologically produced at an annual global emission rate of $5\times10\sp6$ tons. Production of this molecule is thought to be mostly biological in nature. The established route for production of ...

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• (1990)
The chlorinating intermediate of horseradish peroxidase, Compound X, is the only know stable enzymatic halogenating intermediate known. The optical spectrum of Compound X is virtually identical to the optical spectrum of ...

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