hydrolytic enzyme


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hydrolytic enzyme

An enzyme that catalyzes hydrolysis.
See also: enzyme

hydrolytic enzyme

see HYDROLASE.
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According to the Nomenclature Committee of The International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology: Enzyme nomenclature (1992), hydrolytic enzymes include [6]:
muscarium produce hydrolytic enzymes which enable them to penetrate cuticle of nematode eggs and J2 (Gabriel, 1968; Latge, 1974; Leopold and Samsinokova, 1970; Shinya et al.
Amongst the various virulence factors, hyphal formation phenotypic switching, adherence and production of extracellular hydrolytic enzymes have been most widely studied in recent years.
Effect of garlic-derived ailyl sulphides on morphogenesis and hydrolytic enzyme secretion in Candida albicans.
Adhesive properties and hydrolytic enzymes of oral Candida albicans strains.
Evaluation of the conditions for the extraction of hydrolytic enzymes obtained by solid state fermentation from grape pomace.
Failed Trials of Novel Immunomodulators: Phosphodiesterase Inhibitors, Hydrolytic Enzymes
Hydrolytic enzymes of rhesus placenta during Plasmodium cynomolgi infection: ultrastructural and biochemical studies.
Meropenem seems to inhibit the hydrolytic enzyme involved in the hydrolysis of VPA-glucuronide to VPA, which results in a decrease in plasma concentration of the active drug," Dr.
Alkaline phosphatase is a hydrolytic enzyme whose optimal activity is at alkaline PH and has in different shapes in blood, and is released in bone and liver in large amounts.
The virulence attributes of Candida includes hyphal switching, germination, surface recognition and production of extracellular hydrolytic enzyme.
Hydrolytic enzyme production is associated with Candida albicans biofilm formation from patients with type 1 diabetes.