Heme Oxygenase: Clinical Applications and Functions
his book provides a comprehensive summary of data from basic research on characterization, regulation, and function of heme oxygenase in mammalian systems. The book also includes a major section that covers the currently used clinical methods to suppress neonatal jaundice with emphasis on the newly developed use of synthetic metalloporophyrins. This book will be welcomed by researchers and students in pharmacology, biochemistry, pharmacy, neonatology, hematology, internal medicine, and endocrinology.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Porphobilinogen Deaminase and Uroporphyrinogen III Synthetase
Enzymatic Degradation of Heme by Heme Oxygenase
Role of NADPHCytochrome P450 Reductase in Regulation
5-aminolevulinate Acad adrenal ALA synthetase albumin amino acid Arch bile pigments bilirubin biliverdin reductase binding Biochem Biol Biophys biosynthesis bromobenzene carbon monoxide catabolism cDNA cells cellular Chem cobalt complex concentration cysteine cytochrome P-450 decrease degraded by heme detected effect enzymatic enzyme enzyme activity excretion formation fraction glutathione haem heat shock heme degradation heme metabolism heme molecule heme oxygenase activity heme oxygenase gene heme oxygenase isozymes hemin hemoglobin hemopexin hemoproteins hepatic hepatic heme oxygenase HO-1 gene HO-1 mRNA hyperbilirubinemia increase induction of heme inhibition isomers isozymes Kappas kidney Kikuchi Kutty liver Maines mammalian mechanism metal ions metalloporphyrins microsomal microsomal heme oxygenase mitochondrial molecular weight mouse mRNA NADPH Natl newborn nucleotides oxygen Pharmacol porphyrin Proc production protein protoporphyrin purified rat brain rat HO-1 rat liver regulation of heme regulatory response sequence serum bilirubin Shibahara Sn-protoporphyrin specific spleen studies substrate synthase synthesis testis tissue Trakshel transcription factor vivo Yoshida
Page 265 - Coupling of dopamine oxidation (monoamine oxidase activity) to glutathione oxidation via the generation of hydrogen peroxide in rat brain homogenates, J. Neurochem.