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Paraoxonase Activity and Genotype Predispose to Successful Aging

Highest paraoxonase turnover rate found in a bacterial phosphotriesterase variant

545 Homocysteine thiolactonase activity of paraoxonase 1 in heart failure patients

Decreased human paraoxonase-1 activity in patients with Sjögren's syndrome

New Paraoxonase 1 Polymorphism I102V and the Risk of Prostate Cancer in Finnish Men

Paraoxonase activity stimulation by salts is higher in chronic renal failure patients than in controls.

Molecular haplotyping by linking emulsion PCR: analysis of paraoxonase 1 haplotypes and phenotypes

Paraoxonase polymorphisms and self-reported chronic ill-health in farmers dipping sheep

Hypochlorous acid and low serum paraoxonase activity in haemodialysis patients: an in vitro study

Paraoxonase activity stimulation by salts is higher in chronic renal failure patients than in controls

Human and murine paraoxonase 1 are host modulators of Pseudomonas aeruginosa quorum-sensing

491 Paraoxonase serum activity is increased by aerobic exercise in patients with left ventricular dysfunction

P074. Circulating adipokynes and Paraoxonase-1 activity in overweight Crohn’s disease patients

Dynamic variation in allele-specific gene expression of Paraoxonase-1 in murine and human tissues

Gene expression profiling of experimental asthma reveals a possible role of paraoxonase-1 in the disease

SP494THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SERUM PARAOXONASE ACTIVITY AND EPICARDIAL ADIPOSE TISSUE IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS

Novel Nucleophiles Enhance the Human Serum Paraoxonase 1 (PON1)-mediated Detoxication of Organophosphates

 

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A family of serum proteins (EC 3.1.1.2, 40–45-kDa glycoproteins) that associate with high density lipoprotein (HDL) and are important in detoxification of organophosphates, aromatic esters, nerve agents such as sarin, and various other organic compounds. The isoforms have different substrate specificities. There are multiple polymorphisms in the PON1 and PON2 genes, some associated with altered risk of coronary artery disease and sensitivity to organophosphates.

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