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Die Katalasen

  • Hans von Euler
  • Karl Zeile
Part of the Chemie der Enzyme book series (CDE, volume 3)

Zusammenfassung

Die Katalase ist hinsichtlich ihrer Wirksamkeit gewissermassen ein Enzym besonderer Art. Indessen ist es in der letzten Zeit immer deutlicher geworden, dass die Katalase an den Oxydationen der lebenden Zellen wesentlich mitwirkt und somit einen Teil der Atmungsenzyme bildet.

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