Cytochrome P450 is one of the most important enzyme systems in procaryotic and eucaryotic cells for the conversion of endogeneous and exogeneous substrates. The enrichment and isolation of cytochrome P450 from cells of the strain Pseudomonas putida DSM 50026 allows the investigation of interaction of the enzyme complex with different medical and environmental important substrates such as pteridines and chloroaromatic compounds. The study of these interactions leads to a more detailed understanding of detoxification, which might occur in medical and environmental processes.
|Effective start/end date||1/10/96 → 31/12/02|
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