Mutations and polymorphisms in the proprotein convertase subtilisin
kexin 9 (PCSK9) gene in cholesterol metabolism and disease.
subtilis has six extracellular proteases including neutral protease A, subtilisin
(also known as alkaline protease), extracellular protease, metalloprotease, bacillopeptidase F, and neutral protease B (8) In view of the fact that the protease production is limited, protease deficient B.
Like the subtilisins
, the trypsins are inducible by environmental cues [27, 28].
of Microsporum canis are involved in adherence of arthroconidia to feline corneocytes.
cDNA cloning and heterologous expression of a wheat proteinase inhibitor of subtilisin
and chymotrypsin (WSCI) that interferes with digestive enzymes of insect pests.
Analysis of peptide profiles of casein hydrolysates prepared with pepsin, trypsin and subtilisin
ABSTRACT The modulation of Perkinsus marinus proliferation and subtilisin
gene transcription by host (oyster) tissue was examined.
Proteases such as subtilisin
are constantly improved in order to adapt them to the constantly changing and harsh reaction environments of washing machines.
HLA associations have been made using this assay on other proteins--for example, Bacillus lentus subtilisin
(Stickler et al.
Crystallographic studies at CARB were then focused on protein engineering efforts that included among others chymosin, subtilisin
She and her colleagues found that five rounds of screening of the enzyme subtilisin
increased its heat tolerance 18 [degrees] C.
of South San Francisco, he has shown that the protease subtilisin
Carlsberg can be extracted from cell broth and dissolved in carbon dioxide, with a loss of just 10% in biological activity.