collagenolytic

col·lag·e·no·lyt·ic

(ko-laj'ĕ-nō-lit'ik),
Causing the lysis of collagen, gelatin, and other proteins containing proline.
[collagen + G. lysis, dissolving]

col·lag·e·no·lyt·ic

(kŏ-laj'ĕ-nō-lit'ik)
Causing the lysis of collagen, gelatin, and other proteins containing proline.
[collagen + G. lysis, dissolving]
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1] An important reason for pressure ulcer development is bacterial colonization as it increases collagenolytic activity and leads to tissue necrosis in such ulcers.
Studies have found that these enzymes can be activated by the simple adhesive system application on dentin substrate, leaving it exposed to collagenolytic activity and start a degradation of the dentin-bonded interface (Breschi et al.
This yeast also has collagenolytic enzymes that produce degradation of human dentin collagen.
Molecular cloning of acDNA that encodes a serine protease with chymotryptic and collagenolytic activities in the hepatopancreas of the shrimp Penaeus vannameii (Crustacea, Decapoda).
An Increase Collagenolytic activity of matrix metalloproteinase (MMP-2) in intestinal tissues of the birds, affected with C.
MMP is a major collagenolytic enzyme responsible for collagen damage in UV-irradiatedhuman skin (Hwang et al.
Furthermore, CatB is known to activate other collagenolytic matrix metalloproteinases for collagen degradation in fibroblasts at elevated levels during chronic inflammation [46].
Matrix metalloproteinase-1 is the collagenolytic enzyme responsible for collagen damage in UV-irradiated human skin.
Collagenolytic activity in amphibian tissues: a tissue culture assay.
Collagenolytic serine proteases differ from muscle collagenases, which belong to zinc metalloproteinase, and physiological function in several organisms is attributed to their digestive power (Kristjansson et al.
Isolation and characteristics of collagenolytic enzyme produced by Candida albicans.