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Related to DOPA: dopamine, DOPA decarboxylase
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Several species of anthozoans have been found to contain significant quantities of DOPA and DOPA-like derivatives, such as 5-cysteinyldopa and 5-hydroxydopa, in their nerve nets (Carlberg et al., 1982; Carlberg, 1983, 1990; Hudman and McFarlane, 1995).
To that effect, we applied the conceptualization and methodology of the DOPA model to the measuring of approaches toward diversity in the educational context, and examined the relationships between these and two variables of teacher adaptation--namely, teachers' diversity-related burnout and teachers' immigration-related self-efficacy.
3.2 Melanin content in pigmented epidermal models increases upon UV-irradiation or exposure to the melanin precursor DOPA
When L-ascorbic acid concentration was further increased other than the optimal, a decrease in L- dopa production was detected due to sturdy acidic conditions which destroyed the enzyme activity.
130 [micro]mol/min/mg [62] Pseudomonas putida 0.375 [micro]mol/min/mg [20] NR: not reported; DOPA: dihydroxyphenylalanine.
The presence of most of the bands from the surfactant Tween 80 in the FT-IR spectrum of these samples confirms the presence of Tween-80 on the surface of Zn/Al-LDH and dopa nanocomposite.
L- or D-TRPM and L- or D-PHEM were used as the target imprinted molecules, and DOPA was used as both a functional monomer and an emulsion stabilizer.
Tyrosinase catalyzes the hydroxylation of tyrosine to DOPA and the oxidation of DOPA to dopaquinone as mentioned in the introduction.
He discovered and characterised the enzyme diphenyloxidase (DOPA) in extracts of M.
The scientists coated these hairs with a molecule that contained DOPA. The result was a substance that could stick to objects much like adhesive tape does.
The sticky ingredient is the side chain of an amino acid, 3,4-dihydroxy-L-phenylalanine (DOPA).