beta-glucuronidase

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beta-glucuronidase

, β-glucuronidase (bāt′ă-gloo″kū-ron′ĭ-dās″)
An enzyme found in lysosomes. It is involved in the breakdown of glycosaminoglycan.
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[UKPRwire, Wed Feb 27 2019] B-Glucuronidase Enzymes Market Outlook: B-Glucuronidase Enzymes or Beta Glucuronidase Enzymes are members of glycosidase enzyme family that act as a catalyst in the breakdown process of complex carbohydrates.
[USPRwire, Mon Feb 25 2019] B-Glucuronidase Enzymes Market Outlook: B-Glucuronidase Enzymes or Beta Glucuronidase Enzymes are members of glycosidase enzyme family that act as a catalyst in the breakdown process of complex carbohydrates.
[ClickPress, Mon Feb 25 2019] B-Glucuronidase Enzymes Market Outlook: B-Glucuronidase Enzymes or Beta Glucuronidase Enzymes are members of glycosidase enzyme family that act as a catalyst in the breakdown process of complex carbohydrates.
Gut microbes express numerous proteins, including a family of bacterial b-glucuronidase enzymes, capable of generating toxic metabolites of many common medications in the lower GI tract.
In addition, a system of Agrobacterium- mediated transient expression of b-glucuronidase (GUS) reporter gene in late unicellular and bicellular pollen was also established.
ABSTRACT: This study is carried to optimize Arabidopsis transformation protocol using b-glucuronidase (GUS) gene as a reporter gene to analyse gene expression in heterologous system.
The majority of E.coli produce b-glucuronidase enzyme which enables them to hydrolyse MUG, resulting in the release of a fluorogenic compound.
and Hall, Y.C., 1991, "Stable transformation of Sorghum bicolor protoplasts with chimeric neomycin phosphotransferase II and b-glucuronidase genes", Theor.
To each well we added 100 [micro]L tracer [daidzein 1/24 000 (daidzein-europium) genistein 1/4000 (genistein-ovalbumin-europium), and equol, 1/10000 (equol-ovalbumin-europium)] diluted in assay buffer incorporating 0.4 U/L B-glucuronidase (Sigma G7396) and incubated the plates with shaking for 60 min at room temperature.
For example, B-glucuronidase is an important enzyme that releases toxic aglycones in the colon.
Enzyme-potentiated hyposensitization: Effects of glucose, glucosamine, N-acetylamino-sugars and gelatin on the ability of B-glucuronidase to block the anamnestric response to antigen in mice.
Its first two commercial products were avidin and B-glucuronidase for use in the diagnostic and research chemical markets.