bacterial enzyme


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bacterial enzyme

[bak′tir·ē·əl ′en‚zīm]
(microbiology)
Any of the metabolic catalysts produced by bacteria.
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The amended agreement provides an option for GSK to expand its rights around the bacterial enzyme target LeuRS in return for a milestone payment ranging from $5.
The test detects the presence of the bacterial enzymes [beta]Galactosidase and [beta]Glucoronidase produced by coliforms and E.
TPH 101 is Telephus' lead program focused on the development of neutralizing antibodies targeting a key bacterial enzyme that drives the formation of antibiotic-resistant biofilm infections on implanted medical devices.
Spores of the bacterium are injected into the patient's body and only grow in solid tumours, where a specific bacterial enzyme is produced, along with an anti-cancer drug being injected separately into the patient in an inactive "pro-drug" form.
coli produces blue colonies on MI Blue under ambient light due to the breakdown of IBDG by the bacterial enzyme b-Glucurondase.
The DeltaTRAK FlashCheck([R]) Real-Time Bacterial Enzyme Detection kits include products that can screen for the presence of harmful bacteria on surfaces of equipment and food.
Washington, July 29 (ANI): A team of scientists, which included two middle school students from Wisconsin, US, is reporting the first glimpse of the innermost structure of a key bacterial enzyme.
AN3365 is a novel boron-based, small-molecule product candidate that targets the bacterial enzyme leucyl tRNA synthetase.
We used our algorithm to find mutation candidates that satisfy both a positive design - structures that still allow the bacterial enzyme to do its work - and also negative design - they block the ability of a brand new antibiotic drug to do its job.
Sialidase is a bacterial enzyme that removes specific chemical groups found on the surface of nerve cells.
new studies of a bacterial enzyme that defeats the most common antibiotics, the results of which are expected to help development of new antibiotics http://www.