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Enzyme inactivation by free radicals in the presence of cupric ions.
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Bacteriophage øX was inactivated by mitomycin C reduced with sodium hydrosulfite in the presence of cupric ions (Cu 2+).Cited by: The role of superoxide radicals in biological damage in the presence of copper(II) ions has been investigated.
Free radicals have the potential to elicit many of the tissue changes associated with toxicities and disease processes, but are also a consequence of such damage.
The inactivation of E. coli and MS2 coliphage by Cu(II) is found to be significantly enhanced in the presence of hydroxylamine (HA). The addition. Start studying Chapter 11 MCB Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.