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Hydroxylation of p-Coumaric acid by illuminated chloroplasts. The role of superoxide

European Journal of Biochemistry

Jul 1, 1975

Barry Halliwell

PMID: 235

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1. Chloroplasts isolated from leaves of spinach-beet (Beta vulgaris L. ssp. vulgaris) do not catalyse the hydroxylation of p-coumaric acid in the dark unless a reductant (such as ascorbate, NADH or NADPH) is added. Superoxide dismutase has no effect on this reaction. 2. Illuminated chlo...read more

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Oxygen
Cyanides
Diethyldithiocarbamate
Plant Leaves
Oxidation-Reduction
NADP
NADH
Beta vulgaris
Protein Hydroxylation
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  • Hydroxylation of p-Coumaric acid by illuminated chloroplasts. The role of superoxide

    European Journal of Biochemistry

    Jul 1, 1975

    Barry Halliwell

    PMID: 235

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    Abstract

    1. Chloroplasts isolated from leaves of spinach-beet (Beta vulgaris L. ssp. vulgaris) do not catalyse the hydroxylation of p-coumaric acid in the dark unless a reductant (such as ascorbate, NADH or NADPH) is added. Superoxide dismutase has no effect on this reaction. 2. Illuminated chlo...read more

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    Oxygen
    Cyanides
    Diethyldithiocarbamate
    Plant Leaves
    Oxidation-Reduction
    2
    12

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