benzol-arginine naphthylamide

benzol-arginine naphthylamide (ben´zolar´gənēn nafthil´əmīd),

n a bacterial enzyme that mimics the activity of trypsin. It is used as a marker of bacterial growth in dental plaque or in the diagnosis of periodontal disease involving
Bacteroides gingivalis, B. forsythus, and
Treponema denticola.
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