hydrolytic enzyme


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hydrolytic enzyme

[¦hī·drə¦lid·ik ′en‚zīm]
(biochemistry)
A catalyst that acts like a hydrolase.
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201 Ob) were investigated for hydrolytic enzyme secretions and hyphal formation.
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Hydrolytic enzymes of rhesus placenta during Plasmodium cynomolgi infection: ultrastructural and biochemical studies.
As a concluding remark, we suggest that the overall hydrolytic enzyme activities as well as arginine ammonification were enhanced due to endophyte infection, even though the genotypes were responded dissimilarly.
Based on the results obtained from the analysis of extra-cellular enzymes it was found that the isolated bacteria have high variety hydrolytic enzyme activity.
The scrutiny of the data of second hydrolytic enzyme (peroxidase) also offered some interesting lineaments (Figure 2).
Hydrolytic enzyme activities, mainly from lysosomal localization, in sera from patients who ingested toxic oil.
This is due to the large scale use of hydrolytic enzymes for the hydrolysis of carbohydrates and proteins.
By adding hydrolytic enzymes, the molecular weight of NSPs is reduced which reduces viscosity and associated problems.
This new approach to model the active sites of polynuclear metallo enzymes has the potential to yield large electron reservoirs to serve as relays in multi-electronic reduction processes (Cu) and provide complexes with the enhanced reactivity and selectivity of multi- metal hydrolytic enzymes (Zn).
4] The atherosclerotic plaque contains large numbers of inflammatory cells that may release hydrolytic enzymes and cytokines, thereby destabilizing the plaque (1).
The targeted activity of hydrolytic enzymes was another attractive feature.