acylase

acylase

/ac·yl·ase/ (a´sĭ-lās) amidase (1).

acylase

(1) Amidase, EC 3.5.1.4 (Acylamide amidohydrolase). 
(2) Aminoacylase-1, EC 3.5.1.14.
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This observation has been found previously by the authors in immobilizing Penicillin G Acylase enzyme to aminated Nylone membranes [37].
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The Codex(TM) Acylase and Codex(TM) ERED panels will be available in the fourth quarter of 2007; the remaining panels in the first quarter of 2008.
Bioconversion of penicillin-G by penicillin-G acylase
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The CLIPS-O(TM) technology provides a novel and versatile toolbox for the high throughput screening of a large number of enzymatic activities such as lipases, esterases, proteases, nitrilases, acylases, epoxyhydrolases, amidases, phosphatases, xylanases, alcohol dehydrogenases etc.

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