activity was weakly positive at 3 days and positive at 14 days.
B: IT, 20 h; EL, 30 [micro]L of distilled water and 20 [micro]L of 15 mmol/L lead acetate in sodium acetate buffer (0.
SHP611 is in development as recombinant human arylsulfatase
A (rASA) delivered intrathecally every other week for the treatment of the late infantile form of MLD.
Moreover, the 3 genomes we identified contain homologs of arylsulfatase
and genes that enable invasion of brain endothelial cells, which contribute to the ability of Escherichia coli to cross the blood-brain barrier in neonatal meningitis (32).
Urease, L-glutaminase, L-asparaginase, alkaline phosphomonoesterase, and arylsulfatase
activities were determined in the rhizospheric soil according to the protocols described by Tabatabai [16, 17].
DSM's patent application for Maxilact[R] lactase, which is free from arylsulfatase
, has been granted in Europe.
The activities of the enzymes arylsulfatase
, [beta]-glucosidase, leucine-aminopeptidase, and acid and alkaline phosphatase were determined upon applying an extraction-desorption procedure (Fornasier and Margon 2007) and using fluorescent analogues of each enzyme's substrate on microplates.
Rapid method for measuring arylsulfatase
A and B in leucocytes as a diagnosis for sulfatidosis, mucosulfatidosis and mucopolysaccharidosis VI.
The enzymatic activity in terms of P-Glucuronidase and Arylsulfatase
from the kidney and liver were determined as these enzymes are responsible for the conjugation reactions.
The activities of arylsulfatase
and acid phosphatase were measured according to the methods of Tabatabai (1994).
0, followed by hydrolysis with [beta]-glucuronidase and arylsulfatase
(HP-2; Sigma-Aldrich, Inc.
Genetic abnormalities on chromosomes 22 or 10 result in deficiencies in the lysosomal enzyme arylsulfatase
A or prosapisine, respectively, which leads to myelin breakdown.