ß-glucuronidase

β-glucuronidase

 [gloo″ku-ron´ĭ-dās]
an enzyme that attacks glycosidic linkages in natural and synthetic glucuronides and has been implicated in estrogen metabolism and cell division; occurs in the spleen, liver, and endocrine glands.
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