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The molecular mechanistic and immunological properties of amine oxidases


, : The molecular mechanistic and immunological properties of amine oxidases. Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry 13(1): 3-30

Amine oxidases can be classified as Cu and FAD-amine oxidases. Representatives from each of these types were isolated in a pure form [bovine, porcine, rabbit and human]. Current results which are concerned with the molecular, mechanistic and preliminary immunological properties of the amine oxidases are presented and discussed in this review article.

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Accession: 006719949

PMID: 187928

DOI: 10.1007/bf01732392

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