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4 edition of Cytochrome P450 found in the catalog.

# Cytochrome P450

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Subjects:
• Cytochrome P-450 -- Congresses.,
• Cytochrome P-450 -- physiology -- congresses.,
• Cytochrome P-450 -- chemistry -- congresses.,
• Cytochrome P-450 -- pharmacology -- congresses.,
• Drug Design -- congresses.,
• Cytochrome P-450 -- Congrès.,
• Oxygène actif dans l"organisme -- Congrès.

• Edition Notes

Classifications The Physical Object Statement edited by Maria Celeste Lechner. Contributions Lechner, Maria Celeste., International Conference on Cytochrome P450 (8th : 1993 : Lisbon, Portugal) LC Classifications QP671.C83 C973 1994 Pagination xxvii, 915 p. : Number of Pages 915 Open Library OL541669M ISBN 10 274200050X LC Control Number 96121057 OCLC/WorldCa 33076804

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Cytochrome P (P, CYP) enzymes have long been of interest due to their roles in the metabolism of drugs, pesticides, pro-carcinogens, and other xenobiotic chemicals.

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About this book. During half a century, cytochrome P in its original uniqueness as an optically "wrong" cytochrome has attracted many investigators, who have contributed to the unveiling of a. cytochrome P system: a heterogeneous group of enzymes that catalyzes various oxidative reactions in the human liver, intestine, kidney, lung, and central nervous system.

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