phospholipase


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phospholipase

[¦fäs·fō′lī‚pās]
(biochemistry)
An enzyme that catalyzes a hydrolysis of a phospholipid, especially a lecithinase that acts in this manner on a lecithin.
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Present study was focused on the impact of different parameters to observe the activities of lipase and phospholipase in oil bearing seeds of apricots.
One Unit (U) of the enzyme corresponds to one Lecitase[R] Ultra unit as provided in Enzchek[R] Phospholipase [A.
furfur isolates which were able to grow on EGG Yolk-Agar demonstrated phospholipase in comparison to 45% M.
Biochemical and physiological tests were carried out to identify and characterize yeast from the genus Malassezia including enzymatic activities for catalase, urease, [beta]-glucosidase, and phospholipase (2,3,12,15,16,19).
Of two classes of PLCs, Phosphoinositide-specific phospholipase C (PI-PLC) plays a role in guard cell signaling, pathogenic response and carbon fixation in C4 plants (Coursol et al.
Coagulase, phospholipase, and lipase productions were in fewer isolates, and no particular subspecies stood out as majority.
One of the emerging theories for the atherosclerosis formation is involved with the activity of lipoprotein-associated phospholipase [A.

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