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Cytochrome C Oxidase Activity of Various Tissues of the American Cockroach, Periplaneta americana (L.)


Study Investigates Simple Diagnosis for Cytochrome c Oxidase Deficiency - Huntington Disease News Huntington Disease News

Oxidase reaction. OX+ normally means that the bacterium contains cytochrome c oxidase and can therefore utilize oxygen for energy production with an electron transfer chain. OX- normally means that the bacterium does not contain cytochrome c oxidase and therefore either cannot utilize oxygen for energy production with an electron transfer chain or employs a different cytochrome for transferring electrons to oxygen. Reagent: Oxidase reagent or N,N,N',N'-tetramethyl-p-phenylendiamine…


cytochrome oxidase enzyme - one crazy protein!

cytochrome - an enzyme used to detoxify cells that is created by bacteria


Cytochrome c oxidase subunit I - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Cell image CIL:13729 NCBI Organism: Homo sapiens Cell Types: endothelial cell Cell Lines: HeLa,cervical carcinoma Cellular Components: mitochondrion,mitochondrial outer membrane translocase complex,mitochondrial intermembrane space Biological Process: respiratory electron transport chain,protein targeting to mitochondrion Molecular Function: electron transporter, transferring electrons from CoQH2-cytochrome c reductase complex and cytochrome c oxidase complex activity,heme…

Human colorectal adenomas contain clones (groups of cells descended from the same genetic ancestor). Immunofluorescent staining for cytochrome c oxidase (green) reveals a patch of mutant crypts within the tumor (unstained). This within-tumor clone originates from a single tumor stem cell. The mutant patch contains differentiated neuroendocrine cells (red), showing that the tumor stem cell is capable of producing mature cell types. Image by Dr Laura Gay


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Cytochrome C oxidase - can't live without it. I found it on @MoleculeWorld