zymogram


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zy·mo·gram

(zī'mō-gram),
Strips of paper, gels, etc., in which the locations of enzymes, separated electrophoretically or by other means, are demonstrated by histochemical methods.
[zymo- + G. gramma, something written]

zymogram

(zī′mə-grăm′)
n.
A strip or band of electrophoretic medium showing the pattern of enzymes or isoenzymes after their separation by electrophoresis.

zymogram

(zī′mō-grăm)
An electrophoretic graph of the separation of the enzymes in a solution.
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Fungal proteins with mannanase activity identified directly from a Congo Red stained zymogram by massspectrometry.
Zymogram studies revealed an amylase active band for both fungi with an approximate molecular weight of 67 kDa.
The supernatants were detected in duplicate with a Gelatin Zymogram Assay Kit (Applygen Technologies, Beijing, China) for MMP-9 activities according to the manufacturer's instructions.
The graph above the zymogram shows the lack of inhibition of proliferation (MTS assay) at this time point.
Zymogram analysis of concentrated conditioned media derived from OSM-treated mammary carcinoma cell cultures demonstrates OSM-induced up-regulation of several proteases, including matrix metalloproteinase (MMP)-7, MMP-9, and MMP-13.
5% acid swollen chitin was used as substrate for chitinase in the zymogram technique.
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