muramidase


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muramidase

[myu̇′ram·ə‚dās]
(biochemistry)
Lysozyme when acting as an enzyme on the hydrolysis of the muramic acid-containing mucopeptide in the cell walls of some bacteria.
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Antibodies for CD3 CD8 CD20 and muramidase (Mur) were purchased from Dako (Denmark)
In our case, terminal deoxynucleotidyl transferase, CD34, myeloperoxidase, CD68, CD163, muramidase, and CD45 were negative within the large cell population, assisting in ruling out a CD4+ leukemia cutis.
(1995) who studied that muramidase, following oral administration, acted as an activator of a number of immunity enhancing host responses.