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“…The bulk of the heme required for the production of hemoproteins, such as cytochromes, is derived from the de novo synthesis of heme (Maines, 1997;Ponka, 1999). Heme is a major component of hemoproteins such as hemoglobin, myoglobin, cytochromes, guanylate cyclase, and nitric oxide synthase.…”
Section: Structure/functionmentioning
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“…The bulk of the heme required for the production of hemoproteins, such as cytochromes, is derived from the de novo synthesis of heme (Maines, 1997;Ponka, 1999). Heme is a major component of hemoproteins such as hemoglobin, myoglobin, cytochromes, guanylate cyclase, and nitric oxide synthase.…”
Section: Structure/functionmentioning
“…Thus, the synthesis of ALA, catalyzed by ALA synthase (ALAS, Figure 1), is the rate-limiting and rate-determining step in heme synthesis [1,10]. Endogenously synthesized heme, as well as internalized exogenous heme, can serve diverse intracellular functions, e.g., as a prosthetic group in enzymes and protein complexes or as a signaling molecule for diverse regulatory processes ( Figure 1) [11][12][13].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…The diverse regulatory roles of heme in living organisms 682 npg many fundamental biological processes [11][12][13][14]. Heme is essential for the transport and storage of oxygen, the generation of cellular energy by respiration, the synthesis and degradation of sterols, lipids and neurotransmitters and for controlling oxidative damage.…”
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“…Heme oxygenase-1 (HO-1) is a microsomal enzyme, catalyzing the breakdown of heme into equimolar amounts of carbon monoxide (CO), biliverdin, and free iron using molecular oxygen and reducing equivalents from NADPH:cytochrome P450 reductase [10,11]. HO-1 contributes to the host defense reaction against oxidative injury through the antioxidant activities of biliverdin and its metabolite, bilirubin, as well as the antiinflammatory action of CO [12,13].…”
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