MadSci Network: Biochemistry

Re: What is the specific inhibitor of catalase?

Date: Thu Sep 30 16:05:18 1999
Posted By: Alvan Hengge, Faculty, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Utah State University
Area of science: Biochemistry
ID: 938200085.Bc


Catalase is inhibited by a number of small molecules, including ammonia, HCN, and by azide. I am unaware of any inhibitor that is specific solely for catalase. There is a very large amount of literature on this enzyme. I would recommend that you search using the Pub Med search engine of the National Institutes of Health at:

This free database allows you to view the abstracts for articles, which will contain enough information to allow you to survey the vast literature on this enzyme.

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