lactoperoxidase


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lac·to·per·ox·i·dase

(lak'tō-per-oks'i-dās), [MIM*150205]
A peroxidase obtained from milk. It also catalyzes the oxidation of iodide to iodine.

lactoperoxidase

[-pərok′sidās]
an enzyme found in milk and saliva. It is believed to inhibit a number of microorganisms, functioning in a nonspecific immunity role.

lac·to·per·ox·i·dase

(laktō-pĕr-oksi-dās) [MIM*150205]
A milk peroxidase that catalyzes oxidation of iodide to iodine.

lactoperoxidase

(lak´tōpərok´sidās´),
n a peroxidase enzyme obtained from milk.

lactoperoxidase

an enzyme found in milk that oxidizes thiocyanate to bacteriostatic products.
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Anti-microbial perspective of milk is mainly accredited due to lactoperoxidase, lysozyme, The Lf and immunoglobulins that acquire imperative dietetic and nutraceutical prospective with special reference to promotion of health and impediment of diseases (Madureira et al.
Antibacterial activity of the lactoperoxidase system in milk against pseudomonads and other gram-negative bacteria.
Dietary Supplements ENZYME DIGESTIVE SYSTEMIC CARBOHYDRASES [alpha]-Amylase X Glucoamylase X (aka amyloglucosidse) Diastase X Invertase X Lactase X [alpha]-Galactosidase X Cellulase X Hemicellulase X Pectinase X [beta]-Glucanase X Xylanase X PROTEASES Bromelain X X Papain X X Protease X X Peptidase X X Chymotrypsin X X Trypsin X X Pepsin X X LIPASES Lipase X Pancreatin X Pancrelipase X OTHER ENZYMES Catalase X X Lactoferrin X Lactoperoxidase X Lysozyme X Super Oxide X X Dismutase (SOD) COMMON ACTIVITY ENZYME COMMON SOURCE ORGANISMS UNITS CARBOHYDRASES [alpha]-Amylase Aspergillus oryzae, A.
Scientists at the University of California evaluated the antimicrobial effect of whey protein isolate (WPI) coatings that contained lactoperoxidase (LPOS) against Salmonella or E.
Purification and quantification of lactoperoxidase in human milk with use of immunoadsorbents with antibodies against recombinant human lactoperoxidase.
Lactoferrin and lactoperoxidase are recovered from defatted WPC on industrial scale by using ion-exchange chromatography (Perraudin, 1991).
Merck Millipore's MQuant[TM] test detects the presence of lactoperoxidase in milk significantly faster than traditional photometric applications, enabling rapid confirmation of successful pasteurization.
The components of whey include beta-lactoglobulin, alpha-lactalbumin, bovine serum albumin, lactoferrin, immunoglobulins, lactoperoxidase enzymes, glycomacropeptides, lactose, and minerals.
We used two artificial salivas, artificial saliva I (AS I)--Salivan[R] (Apsen, Sao Paulo, Brazil), which is composed of carboxymethylcellulose, and artificial saliva II (AS II), Biotene[R] (GlaxoSmithKline, Moon Township, USA) consisting of glucose oxidase, lactoferrin, lysozyme and lactoperoxidase.
Scientists at the University of California evaluated the initial antimicrobial effects of whey protein isolate (WPI) coatings containing lactoperoxidase (LPOS) against Salmonella or E.
It was found that camel's milk contains good qualities of lactoferrin, lactoperoxidase, lysozyme and other antibacterial and antiviral protective proteins, which made it more superior over cow's milk in terms of nutrients (El- Agamy et al.