Pyridoxine, Pyridoxamine, Pyridoxal: Analogs and Derivatives:
H. Tsuge, Determination of Vitamin B 6 Vitamers and Metabolites in Biological Sample.
H.J. Mascher, High-Performance Liquid Chromatography Determination of Total Pyridoxal in Human Plasma.
J.D. Mahuren and S.P. Coburn, Determination of 5-Pyridoxic Acid, 5-Pyridoxic Acid Lactone, and other Vitamin B6 Compounds by Cation-Exchange High-Performance Liquid Chromatography.
D.E. Metzler, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance in Study of Active Sites of Pyridoxal-Dependent Enzymes.
T. Fukui and K. Tanizawa, Synthesis and Application of Pyridoxal Polyphosphoryl Derivatives as Active-Site Probes for Nucleotide-Binding Enzymes.
S. Stein and T. Zhu, Preparation of Vitamin B6-Peptide and Vitamin B6-Peptide-Oligonucleotide Conjugates.
J.F. Gregory III and H. Nakano, Preparation of Nonlabeled, Tritiated, and Deuterated Pyridoxine 5-beta-D-Glucoside and Assay of Pyridoxine-5-beta-D-Glucoside Hydrolase.
Y. Suzuki, Y. Doi, K. Uchida, and H. Tsuge, Enzymatic Preparation of Pyridoxine 4- and 5-alpha-D-Glucosides.
Y. Suzuki and K. Uchida, Formation of Beta-Galactosides of Pyridoxine using Sporobolomyces singularis.
Carbonyl Coenzymes: Pyruvyl Enzymes and Quinoproteins:
W. Dowhan, Phosphatidylserine Decarboxylases: Pyruvoyl-Dependent Enzymes from Bacteria to Mammals.
M. Misset-Smits, A.J.J. Olshoorn, A. Dewanti, and J.A. Duine, Production, Assay, and Occurrence of Pyrroloquinoline Quinone.
C. Hartmann and W.S. McIntire, Amine-Oxidizing Quinoproteins.
O. Suzuki and T. Kumazawa, Gas Chromatographic/Mass Spectrometric Analysis of Pyrroloquinoline Quinone.
H. Narita and E. Morishita,
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