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Abstract

Cytochrome P-450 was measured in whole cell suspensions of various yeasts, with and (formerly ) serving as positive control species. Eleven yeasts, when grown on a medium with glucose (50 g 1) as carbon and energy source, contained cytochrome P-450. These were the Ascomycotina and , and the Deutero-mycotina and The amount of cytochrome P-450 varied 60- to 70-fold between the species. The position of the Soret band in reduced CO spectra also differed from one species to another. Cytochrome P-450 could not be detected in either or a sp.

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