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Hydroxylation mediates chromatin demethylation

hydroxylation‐induced migration

Regulating cellular oxygen sensing by hydroxylation

Microbial hydroxylation of progesterone with Acremonium strictum

p-Hydroxylation reactions catalyzed by naphthalene dioxygenase

Inducible hydroxylation and demethylation of the herbicide isoproturon by Cunninghamella elegans

Hydroxylation of carbazoles by Aspergillus flavus VKM F-1024

Ceramide glycosylation and fatty acid hydroxylation influence serological reactivity in Trypanosoma cruzi glycosphingolipids

A novel family of bacterial dioxygenases that catalyse the hydroxylation of free l-amino acids

Fungal cytochrome P450s catalyzing hydroxylation of substituted toluenes to form their hydroxymethyl derivatives

HPLC Method for Quantification of Oxidative Stress by Salicilate Hydroxylation in Human Plasma

Cytochrome P450rm from Rhodotorula minuta Catalyzes 4-Hydroxylation of Benzoate

16Alpha-hydroxylation of estrone by human cytochrome P4503A4/5.

H(O)TA: estimation of DNA methylation and hydroxylation levels and efficiencies from time course data

Hydroxylation of d-phenylalanine as a novel approach to detect hydroxyl radicals: Application to cardiac pathophysiology

Evidence for cytochrome P-450 and P-450-mediated benzo(a) pyrene hydroxylation in the white rot fungus Phanerochaete chrysosporium

Atypical kinetics of cytochromes P450 catalysing 3′-hydroxylation of flavone from the white-rot fungus Phanerochaete chrysosporium


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The introduction of a hydroxyl group (–OH) into an organic compound. For example, alkenes can be hydroxylated using potassium permanganate or lead ethanoate to give alcohols. In biochemistry, various enzymes can bring about hydroxylation.

Subjects: Chemistry.

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