Kinetic investigations and stability studies of two Bothrops L-amino acid oxidases

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Costa, Tássia R.; Carone, Sante E. I.; Tucci, Luiz F. F.; Menaldo, Danilo L.; Rosa-Garzon, Nathalia G.; Cabral, Hamilton; Sampaio, Suely V.;
(2018)

Abstract Background: L-amino acid oxidases isolated from snake venoms (SV-LAAOs) are enzymes that have great therapeutic potential and are currently being investigated as tools for developing new strategies to treat various diseases, including cancer and bacterial infe... View more
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