glucuronidase


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glucuronidase (gloo´kəron´idās),

n an enzyme that acts as a catalyst in the hydrolysis of various glucuronides with the liberation of glucuronic acid.
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Effect of protamine on the immunological behavior of beta glucuronidase in mice and patients with hay fever.
The scientific evidence supports the mechanisms by which CDG works to control and inhibit beta glucuronidase enzyme activity, thus reducing the amount of active estrogen reabsorbed back into the bloodstream," stated Chris Fields, Technical Director for AFS.
Six (6) compounds showed a potent inhibition superior to standard inhibitor of AY- glucuronidase, while the remaining compounds showed good AY-glucuronidase inhibition.
1104204)], those that are excreted in the bile may be further metabolized by the enzymes of gut microbiota, including glucuronidases, leading to enterohepatic circulation and increased residence time in the body (Humblot et al.
coli Salmonella Listeria positive spp monocytogenes [beta]- glucuronidase Cap Bon 50 NDa 8 8 Bizerte 50 ND 6 ND Gafsa 50 ND 8 8 Name of Percentage (%) of confirmed region positive samples E.
They also target glycogen synthase kinase-3 [9] aurora kinases and to act as dioxin receptors [10-12] and are reported as potent AY- glucuronidase inhibitors [13].
Optimization of an enzymatic method for the determination of lysosomasl N-acetyl-beta-D-hexosaminidase and beta glucuronidase in synovial fluid.
GUS fusion: b- glucuronidase as a sensitive and versatile gene fusion marker in higher plants.
coli glucuronidase hydrolysis was incorporated in the analytical procedure; hence both free and glucuronidated metabolites were detected.
Lysosomal hydrolases activity in serum and urine of patients undergoing surgery for uterine myomas III B glucuronidase (BGR).
coli harbour the glucuronidase enzyme, they can use MUG as a substrate, releasing a fluorogenic compound.
Glucuronidase and arylsulfatase typically cleave off glucuronic acid or sulfate groups from conjugated PAHs, regenerating the hydroxy-PAH metabolites (Cajthaml et al.