Cell wall damage of organism due to a host inflammatory response, age of organism, use of antibiotics, and/or production of autolytic
Increased pH values towards and after sensory rejection (12 hours) in this study, were also previously reported underpinning accumulation of alkaline compounds as well as volatile bases produced by autolytic
activities and metabolism of spoilage bacteria [23, 26].
Our previous results showed that Rhodomyrtus tomentosa extract and pure rhodomyrtone have no effect on the cell wall, cell membrane or activation of autolytic
enzymes (Limsuwan et al.
Of these stranded whales, 18 were found in an advanced autolytic
condition, but 9 were fresh or only moderately autolytic
, of which complete necropsies were performed on 7, partial necropsies on 2, and samples were collected from all 9.
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Exudative wounds get absorptive dressings, dry wounds get moist dressings, wounds needing debridement sometimes get enzymatic or autolytic
dressings," she added.
They both mark necrotic and autolytic
cells in addition to apoptotic cells.
The snakes internal organs did not appear to have undergone any obvious autolytic
Consequently, the ratio of SCHAD to LCHAD remains constant over many hours and in a wide range of conditions--which should permit differentiation of autolytic
degradation from specific enzyme deficiency.
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There are several benefits associated with increased moisture content, including the cleansing and autolytic
debriding of necrotic tissue.
Freezing does not prevent spoilage of fish because of autolytic
activities and chemical changes occurring in fish after harvest [1, 2].