hydrolases


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hy·dro·las·es

(hī'drō-lās-ĕz),
Enzymes (EC class 3) cleaving substrates with addition of H2O at the point of cleavage, for example, esterases, phosphatases, nucleases, peptidases.
Synonym(s): hydrolyzing enzymes

hy·dro·las·es

(hī'drō-lās-ĕz)
Enzymes (EC class 3) cleaving substrates with addition of H2O at the point of cleavage.

hydrolases

Enzymes that promote the splitting of large molecules by attaching -OH from water to one moiety and -H from water to the other.
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A classification of glycosyl hydrolases based on amino acid sequence similarities', Biochem.
Cellobiohyrolases are a group of glycoside hydrolases, which hydrolyzed oligosaccharides of assorted lengths generated by endoglucanases to cellobiose (Ragauskas et al.
Serine hydrolases play important regulatory roles in human physiology and disease.
In Prunus, enzymes associated with this activity include amygdalin hydrolase, prunasin hydrolase, and mandelonitrile lyase (Swain et al.
1] UCH: Ubiquitin carboxyl-terminal hydrolases UCHL1: Ubiquitin carboxyterminal hydrolase L1 UPS: Ubiquitin-proteasome system UPR: Unfolded protein response USP: Ubiquitin-specific proteases.
This enzymatic designation specifies hydrolases (EC 3), which act on peptide bonds (EC 3.
The amino acid sequence analysis revealed the presence of five conserved regions that are characteristic of GH57 family hydrolases.
to discover and develop new drugs in inflammation and immunology using Abides technology platform to selectively target serine hydrolases, one of the largest enzyme families involved in regulating physiology.
Hydrolases extracted from Hevea brasiliensis provides very useful industrial enzyme.
Wright's study focused on a subset of the fungus's collection of cutting tools, on enzymes known as glycoside hydrolases.