proteinase


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proteinase

[′prȯt·ən‚ās]
(biochemistry)
A type of protease which acts directly on native proteins in the first step of their conversion to simpler substances.
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Substrate-gel electrophoresis for composition and molecular weight of proteinases proteinaceous proteinase inhibitors.
Proteinase from Cryphonectria parasitica cleaves the S104-F105 bond.
Stegeman, "Renal survival in proteinase 3 and myeloperoxidase ANCA-associated systemic vasculitis," Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology, vol.
The detection of [PrP.sup.Sc] mimics the established procedures used for definitive diagnosis of CJD from brain tissue, whereby an aliquot of the PMCA product after each cycle is digested with proteinase K and subjected to Western blot analysis for detection of PrP.
Zinc proteinase (1.1 [micro]g) and isochymotrypsins (10 [micro]g each) were separated on a 12% acrylamide gel.
Neutrophil proteinase 3 is a multifunctional serine proteinase mainly located on the cell surface and in the azurophilic granules of neutrophils which are the predominant cell type in the periodontal pocket of chronic periodontitis and represent the first line of defense against infection.
Selection and Identification of Recombinant Antibodies against Proteinase K Treated Schizophyllan.
The mature MRSA biofilms were examined for interactions with NaI[O.sub.4], proteinase K, trypsin, DNase I, and RNase A.
Isolation of a New Member of the Soybean Kunitz-Type Proteinase Inhibitors.
Thus, neutrophil abnormalities in diabetics on dialysis may affect the plasma proteinase system and contribute to enhanced plasma protein degradation as well as to enhanced susceptibility to infections.