Dihydroorotase, dihydroorotate dehydrogenase, uridine monophosphate synthetase, 5'-nucleotidase, uridine nucleosidase, udk, UMP-CMP kinase, ndk, apyrase
, ITPA, CTP synthase, and cdd involved in the biosynthetic pathway of pyrimidine nucleotides were annotated in the H.
mansoni ATP diphosphohydrolases (EC 220.127.116.11), also known as apyrases
or SmATPDases, are ecto-enzymes localized on the external tegument surface of S.
[P2Y.sub.12] or [P2Y.sub.1] inhibitors reduce platelet deposition in a microfluidic model of thrombosis while apyrase
lacks efficacy under flow conditions.
First, degradation of purines (ATP and ADP) by apyrase
reduces basal microglial motility .
moubatin and related lipocalins; apyrase
; savignin and related kunitz-type proteins; variegin; variabilin
- a novel variant of bacterial acid phosphatase?
Also, neutrophilic inflammation was abrogated when airway ATP levels were locally neutralized using apyrase
, an ATP diphosphohydrolase.
Aspirin, ADP, thrombin, U46619, human fibrinogen, apyrase
, prostaglandin E1 (PGE1), FITC-conjugated phalloidin, and anti-mouse IgG-conjugated alkaline phosphatase were purchased from Sigma Chemical Co.
(0.8U/ml) an enzyme which hydrolyses ATP and ADP did not affect pomolic acid relaxation.
People possess an apyrase
similar to the ones in bloodsucking insects, but it normally degrades compounds other than ADP.
The Pyrosequencing reaction began with the addition of enzymes (DNA polymerase exonuclease-deficient, apyrase
, luciferase, ATP sulfurylase) and substrates (adenosine 5'-phosphosulfate and luciferin) to each well.