ectoenzymes

ectoenzymes

enzymes secreted across the body wall of a SAPROPHYTE, into the materials which they have invaded, so facilitating absorption.
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ECM fungi are reported to produce ectoenzymes which help to facilitate the release of organic N and P into the soil which are otherwise unavailable to the plants (Desai et al., 2014; Ma et al., 2013; Quoreshi & Khasa, 2008).
Degradation of ATP into AMP and PPi by nucleoside triphosphate pyrophosphohydrolase ectoenzymes found on the plasma membranes of chondrocytes and on matrix vesicles found in the cartilage matrix
Jalkanen, "Ectoenzymes in leukocyte migration and their therapeutic potential," Seminars in Immunopathology, vol.
ADO is produced through the action of adenosinergic ectoenzymes expressed on the membrane of different cell populations.
Yegutkin, "Nucleotide- and nucleoside-converting ectoenzymes: important modulators of purinergic signalling cascade," Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)--Molecular Cell Research, vol.
These esterases, also known as ectoenzymes or ectoesterases, play a mediating role in regulation of AM response to various external and internal agents [22].
We also used community ectohydrolase potentials to assess the role of bacterial ectoenzymes in the degradation of polymers in the lobster carapace.
In fact, Cell wall degradation occurs not in the immediate vicinity of the hyphal sheath or out of the lumen (fig 1-8), but the ectoenzymes of the brown rot fungi must first diffuse very deeply into the cell wall through the S3 layer, to degrade the cellulose-rich S2 layer.
His experiments led him to introduce molecules called ectoenzymes into frog embryos of only eight cells.
They discovered that introducing certain ectoenzymes to cells would lead to eyes growing.
Profiles of ectoenzymes in the Indian Ocean: phenomena of phosphatase activity in the mesopelagic zone.