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  1. Vol. 10 No. 5, p. 493-495
     
    Received: Jan 30, 1970


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doi:10.2135/cropsci1970.0011183X001000050011x

Variety-Specific Variants of Oxidative Enzymes from Soybean Seed1

  1. Arnold L. Larsen and
  2. William C. Benson2

Abstract

Abstract

Three distinct electrophoretic patterns in acrylamide gel zymograms are associated with specific soybean varieties. The patterns represent at least two different enzymes, including peroxidase, hut collectively are called “INT-oxidases.” The enzymes, extracted from dry soybean seeds, inhibit the reduction of colorless iodonitrotetrazolium-violet (INT) into the red INT-formazan and thus appear as clear bands on a red background.

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