gelatinolytic

gelatinolytic

(jĕl-ăt″ĭn-ō-lĭt′ĭk) [″ + Gr. lysis, dissolution]
Dissolving or splitting gelatin.
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In this type of electrophoresis, polyacrylamide gel (10%) containing 0.1% gelatin (1 mg/ml) as substrate was used for determination of MMPs gelatinolytic activity.
(30) showed that root canal contents from primary endodontic infections have gelatinolytic activity for MMP-2.
In situ zymography was performed to localize net gelatinolytic activity in cerebellar brain sections, with minor modifications compared to the method previously described for brain tissue [22].
A gelatin zymography assay was used to determine the gelatinolytic activity.
Acrosin activity of human spermatozoa by means of a simple gelatinolytic technique: a method useful for IVF.
The enzyme Serratiopeptidase, is a multifunctional enzyme with potent fibrinolytic activity in addition to its anti-inflammatory, caesinolytic and gelatinolytic properties and is primarily administered as a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug [29].
The gelatinolytic activities of MMP-2 and MMP-9 were evaluated as transparent bands against a background of coomassie brilliant blue-stained gelatin and quantified using Bio-Rad Quantity One[R] 1-D analysis software (Hercules, CA, USA).
Kiwan, "Effect of some honey bee extracts on the proliferation, proteolytic and gelatinolytic activities of the hepatocellular carcinoma Hepg2 cell line," Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences, vol.
(e) Gelatinolytic activities of MMPs in the collected culture media were detected by zymography and visualized as clear bands against the blue background.
[sup][12] reported that consecutive daily UVA irradiation (each 20 J/cm [sup]2) increased CatL expression and enhanced the extracellular release of gelatinolytic active CatL in fibroblasts.