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Dao  -  D-amino-acid oxidase

Rattus norvegicus

Synonyms: DAAO, DAMOX, DAO, Dao1
 
 
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  • This study was designed to determine whether a provocative test for increasing the level of plasma DAO activity by heparin administration could be used to monitor the extent and severity of acute, severe, small intestinal mucosal injury [5].
  • Diamine oxidase (DAO; EC 1.4.3.6) is an enzyme found in high activity in the mature cells of the upper villus of rat small intestinal mucosa and in very much lower activity in all other tissues in the nonpregnant rat [5].
  • Po were labeled cytochemically for either catalase, which stains them all uniformly, or for D-amino acid oxidase (DAA-OX), which gives a heterogeneous reaction with lightly and darkly stained PO [6].
  • The interconnections between Po with differing DAA-OX activities suggest that they originate from the same parent organelle [6].
  • Peroxisomal enzyme activities change to approximately 165%, 50%, 30%, and 0% of the controls for catalase, urate oxidase, L-alpha-hydroxy acid oxidase, and D-amino acid oxidase, respectively [7].
 

Chemical compound and disease context of Dao1

 

Biological context of Dao1

 

Anatomical context of Dao1

  • The decrease in plasma PHD activity closely reflected the length of intestinal mucosa injured (n = 128, r = 0.86, P less than 0.001), and it was much more sensitive (threshold limit of detection = 13% of total length, range = 67 U/ml for 100% length of injury) than unstimulated basal levels of plasma DAO (threshold = 40%, range = 2.1 U/ml) [5].
  • Whereas all segments of this reticulum stained homogeneously for catalase, they exhibited a marked difference in the intensity of the DAA-OX reaction [6].
  • Ornithine decarboxylase and DAO were assayed in the proximal and distal small bowel mucosa of 55 rats, starved for four days and then refed [15].
  • These data confirm the prominence of ODC in the replication processes and suggest that intestinal DAO may not play a major role in enterocyte replication [15].
  • These observations demonstrate the capability of mammalian peroxisomes to oxidize pipecolic acid and suggest that the absence or deficiency of peroxisomal D-amino acid oxidase may be implicated in the pathogenesis of hyperpipecolatemia in Zellweger's CHRS [16].
 

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