from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A ferment.
- noun The living germ or other poison, of whatever nature, which is believed to be the specific cause of a zymotic disease.
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- noun A ferment.
- noun (Med.) The morbific principle of a zymotic disease.
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- noun A
- noun obsolete, medicine The
morbificprinciple of a zymoticdisease.
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 S Additional information (, in the absence of oxygen the free en - zyme is slowly reduced by NADPH or NADH )  P?
[2, 3] Km-Value (mM) 0.0001 ((6aR,11aR) - 3,9-dihydroxypterocarpan,, recombinant en - zyme expressed in yeast )  0.00016
This en - zyme acts on a range of steroids with a 14a-methyl group;
(Kcat - values of wild-type and mutant en - zyme for different fatty acids and alkyl trimethylammonium compounds )  Km-Value (mM) Additional information
J.F.; Roberge, A.G.: Nitric oxide synthase in cat brain: cofactors - en - zyme-substrate interaction.
Pur - ification, partial characterization and preparation of antiserum to the en - zyme.
Ebizuka, Y.; Sankawa, U.: A novel anthraquinone ring cleavage en - zyme from Aspergillus terreus.
Reduction of FAD by NADPH is slower by 100fold, the mutant en - zyme reacts with oxygen to form 25% oxidized enzyme and 75% flavin hy - droperoxide, which successfully hydroxylates the substrate.
Km: 0.240 mM ; Km: 0.14 mM ; < 1,5,18 > Km: 0. 2-1 mM, dependent on the concentrations of a-ketoglutarate and Fe2+, reduced pteridines can partially replace ascorbate ; recombinant enzyme, Km: 0.3 mM ; Km for wild-type en - zyme tetramer:
< 27, 29-33 > (< 27,29-33 > the mutation completely inactivates the en - zyme )  K270R