prolidase

prolidase

 [pro´lĭ-dās]
an enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolysis of the imide bond between an α-carboxyl group and proline or hydroxyproline.

pro·line di·pep·ti·dase

an enzyme cleaving aminoacyl-l-proline bonds in dipeptides containing a C-terminal proline residue; a deficiency of this enzyme results in hyperimidodipeptiduria.

prolidase

/pro·li·dase/ (pro´lĭ-dās) an enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolysis of the imide bond between an α-carboxyl group and proline or hydroxyproline.

pro·line di·pep·ti·dase

(prō'lēn dī-pep'ti-dās)
An enzyme cleaving aminoacyl-l-proline bonds in dipeptides containing a C-terminal prolyl residue; a deficiency of this enzyme results in hyperimidodipeptiduria.
Synonym(s): prolidase.

prolidase

an enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolysis of the imide bond between an α-carboxyl group and proline or hydroxyproline.
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Decreased serum prolidase activity and increased oxidative stress in early pregnancy loss.
Serum prolidase enzyme activity and oxidative status in patients with fibromyalgia.
Acute effect of phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitor on serum oxidative status and prolidase activities in men with erectile dysfunction.
High Prolidase Levels may be a Marker of Irreversible Extracellular Matrix Changes in Controlled Acromegaly Patients?
In cell cytoplasm, NS5 binds to prolidase enzyme, which is necessary for maturation of receptors for interferon IFNAR-1.
Serum prolidase enzyme activity and oxidative stress levels in patients with acute hemorrhagic stroke," Scandinavian Journal of Clinical and Laboratory Investigation, vol.
Elevated prolidase activity in keloids: correlation with type I collagen turnover.
Objective: To determine whether serum prolidase levels are associated with the etiopathogenesis of schizophrenia.
Correlation of local interleukin-8 with immunoglobulin A against hemolysin and with prolidase and sialidase levels in women with bacterial vaginosis.
Carboxypeptidase P and prolidase treatments were tested in an attempt to overcome possible steric hindrances to carboxypeptidase B.
Recently, the proline metabolism was involved in ROS production [25, 26], in which the prolidase, a rate-limiting enzyme, has a key role.
In patients with increased IgE levels, a susceptibility to pyogenic infections, and eczematous dermatitis, one might consider prolidase deficiency, an autosomal recessive genodermatosis caused by PEPD gene mutations.