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protease

[′prōd·ē‚ās]
(cell and molecular biology)
An enzyme that digests proteins.
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Identification of Protease producing bacterial strains: A rapid bacterial identification test kit for Bacillus, API 50 CHB (BioMerieux, France), was used to identify species of bacteria.
Therefore, the objective of these studies was to evaluate effects of the CC protease supplementation on apparent total tract digestibility (ATTD) of N and energy, and apparent ileal digestibility (AID) of amino acids (AA) and nutrients in diets for pigs.
WOUNDCHEK Laboratories reported on Tuesday the receipt of market clearance from the Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration for its WOUNDCHEK Protease Status, reportedly the world's first point of care wound diagnostic for chronic wounds,.
These results provided a foundation for further function study of this neutral protease.
One unit of protease activity was defined as the quantity of enzyme required to produce an absorbance variation equal to 0.
Alkaline protease activity was estimated by the method of Lowery [9].
To evaluate how washing with soap and alternate cleansers influences protease activity.
Scientists at the Max Planck Institute of Neurobiology in Martinsried have now discovered a new serine protease: neutrophil serine protease 4, or NSP4.
Diverse microorganisms have been investigated in an effort to obtain new isolates that are good protease producers, and in order to increase productivity and enzyme stability (BEG; GUPTA, 2003).
London, Nov 29 (ANI): A new study has demonstrated that irreversible covalent inhibition can increase selectivity, potency and duration of action, broadens applications for targeted covalent drugs to the protease gene family.