apyrase


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apyrase

[′ap·ə‚rās]
(biochemistry)
Any enzyme that hydrolyzes adenosinetriphosphate, with liberation of phosphate and energy, and that is believed to be associated with actomyosin activity.
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APT Therapeutics, a company developing optimised human apyrases, has signed a research collaboration, option and asset purchase agreement with British-Swedish AstraZeneca, it was reported yesterday.
Immunological cross-reactivities with potato apyrase and Toxoplasma gondii nucleoside triphosphate hydrolase.
aegypti have been identified as allergens including apyrase protein (68 kDa), [alpha]-glucosidase (67 kDa), D7 protein (37 kDa), 30 kDa protein (Peng and Simons, 2004).
1] inhibitors reduce platelet deposition in a microfluidic model of thrombosis while apyrase lacks efficacy under flow conditions.
Imunological cross reactivities with potato apyrase and Toxoplasma gondii nucleoside triphosphate hydrolase.
longipalpis contains substances able to counteract these, including anticoagulants, apyrase to inhibit platelet aggregation and a potent vasodilator (29,30).
The patent covers the removal of these excess nucleotides with enzymes, such as apyrase.
omega]]-nitro-L-arginine methyl ester HC1 (L-NAME), indomethacin, methylene blue, atropine, propranolol, glibenclamide, adenosine 5'-diphosphate sodium salt (ADP), suramin sodium salt and apyrase were purchased from Sigma-Aldrich Co.