neuroaminidase

neuroaminidase (nŏŏr´ōamin´idās),

n an enzyme that is used in histochemistry to selectively remove sialomucins from bronchial mucous glands and the small intestine.

neuroaminidase

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Additionally, GAS produces extracellular enzymes including streptokinase (Ska), proteinases, hyaluronidase, nucleases, and neuroaminidase, and toxins such as streptolysins, pyrogenic exotoxins (Spe), and streptococcal superantigens, some of which induce fever and shock.
beta]-galactosidase activity was found to be normal in the sample which was sent for enzyme analysis, while no neuroaminidase activity was found (Johannes-Gutenberg Universitat Mainz Kinderklinik Biochemical Laboratory).
The surface antigens hemagglutinin and neuroaminidase display 16 subtypes (H1-H16) and 9 subtypes (N1-N9) respectively.
Even with the use of broad-spectrum antibiotics, steroids, and neuroaminidase inhibitors there has been a high mortality rate (Hein, Liem, et al.
The neuroaminidase inhibitors oseltamivir and zanamivir are effective against influenza, a metaanalysis of randomized, placebo-controlled trials shows.