Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 8, Issue 3, pp 364–368 | Cite as

Some properties of the malate dehydrogenase of cotton seeds

  • K. Davranov
  • M. A. Kuchenkova
  • P. Kh. Yuldashev
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Summary

1. From the seeds of cotton of variety 108-F a homogeneous preparation of malate dehydrogenase has been isolated. The molecular weight and amino-acid composition of the enzyme have been determined.

2. The optimum pH, the optimum temperature, and the dependence of the activity on the concentration of substrate and coenzyme have been determined for the purified enzyme.

Keywords

Ammonium Sulfate Malate Dehydrogenase Cotton Seed Phate Buffer Oxaloacetic Acid 

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  • K. Davranov
  • M. A. Kuchenkova
  • P. Kh. Yuldashev

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