chitinase


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chitinase

[′kīt·ən‚ās]
(biochemistry)
An externally secreted digestive enzyme produced by certain microorganisms and invertebrates that hydrolyzes chitin.
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Chitinase activity: Chitinase activity was determined by using (Renwick et al., 1991) method, in which carbon was the sole source in a defined medium having colloidal chitin.
The following factors were selected for analysis: neurofilaments (light chain), gfap, chitinase 3-like-1-protein (ykl-40), osteopontin, cxcl13, ifn gamma, and il-6
The production of pyocyanin, elastase, protease and chitinase are the important virulence factors which are regulated by QS.
Cerebrospinal fluid levels of chitinase 3-like 1 and neurofilament light chain predict multiple sclerosis development and disability after optic neuritis.
Phosphatase, [beta]-glucosidase and chitinase activities in soil were measured at optimum pH for acidic soils (Tabatabai 1994).
Plenty of PRs have been recognized as the key role in the plant resistance, such as glutathione S-transferase (GST) (Overby et al., 2015), plant cell wall-degrading enzymes (PCWDEs) (Kubicek et al., 2014), chitinase and chitinase-like proteins (CHI) (Marcato et al., 2016), catalase (CAT) (Iannone et al., 2015), peroxidase (POD) (Kwon et al.
Bacillus test strains were evaluated for protease and chitinase activities using indicator media containing the respective substrates.
fluorescens in wounds sites and its influences on the activities of defensive ferments chitinase (CHI), [beta]-1,3-glucanase (GLU), peroxidase (POD), and phenylalanine ammonia lyase (PAL).