beta-d-glucuronidase

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β-d-glu·cu·ron·i·dase

(glū'kū-ron'i-dās),
An enzyme catalyzing the hydrolysis of various β-d-glucuronides, liberating free d-glucuronic acid and an alcohol; a deficiency of this enzyme is associated with Sly syndrome.
Synonym(s): glusulase, glycuronidase
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Furthermore, THC and 11-OH-THC could not be measured after alkaline hydrolysis alone, although THCCOOH concentrations were approximately twice as high as after [beta]-glucuronidase or Glusulase hydrolysis.
The in vivo release of hydroquinone from arbutin with or without addition of glusulase or an E.
A commercially available enzyme solution of glusulase (Boehringer, Mannheim) to cleave conjugates in vitro, or a E.
The comparison of HPLC traces from urinary samples without or with addition of the enzyme glusulase ([beta]-glucuronidase/arylsulfatase) or a suspension of << [10.
Baker; dichloromethane and n-butyl acetate (HPLC grade) from EM Science; NEE-154 glusulase (10 000 kilounits/L) from DuPont; and ethyl acetate from Mallinckrodt Chemical.
Fifty microliters of glusulase (10 000 kilounits/L) was added to the tubes labeled total.