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protease

[′prōd·ē‚ās]
(cell and molecular biology)
An enzyme that digests proteins.
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Biotechnological Aspects and Pharmaceutical Applications of Bacterial Proteases. Der Pharmacia Lettre.
Formation of proteases by Aspergillus fumigatus and Pencillium sp.
Nutrient digestibility of broiler chickens fed on a low-protein diet supplemented with mono-component proteases. Eur Poult Sci 2015;79:107.
The soluble fraction was recovered and the pH was adjusted to 8 with sodium hydroxide (0.1 M) to activate the digestive proteases. Each fraction was dispensed in 1 mL aliquots and stored at -80[degrees]C until use.
Bacterial alkaline proteases: molecular approaches and industrial applications.
The immature virus releases out from the infected cell and in this process of maturation, protease enzymes cut the raw materials and assemble into a functioning virus [6].
Microorganisms can be used as an excellent source of protease. The incapability of plant and animal proteases to meet the current global enzyme demand increased the interest for the microbial protease.
Accordingly, in this study, we aimed to evaluate the effects of GA on airway epithelial inflammation using a fungal protease allergen to induce epithelial damage, as previously described [17, 18].
Most organic solvent-stable proteases have been isolated and characterized from gram-negative bacteria (10-13); however, a few are available from gram-positive bacteria (14,15).
Key words: Red Sea, Brown alga Padina pavonica, Fusarium equiseti, HCV protease.
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,.
M2 PHARMA-September 6, 2016-WOUNDCHEK Laboratories passes market clearance for WOUNDCHEK Protease Status in Australia

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