elastase

NOUN
  1. a pancreatic enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolysis of elastin
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  • Foronjy RF, Mirochnitchenko O, Propokenko O, Lemaitre V, Jia YX, et al. (2006) Superoxide dismutase expression attenuates cigarette smoke - or elastase-generated emphysema in mice. PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • Additional indentation tests were performed at the nanometer and micrometer scales on native articular cartilage to study the effects of the enzymes cathepsin D and elastase.
  • In 1999, he developed a way to chemically modify cotton gauze so that it selectively targets and soaks up elastase.
  • From each plate (representing an isolate) one colony was selected and grown as a overnight culture in either ox-broth (for elastase activity) or AB trace minimal medium containing 3 mM glucose (32) at 37°C with shaking (rhamnolipid and signal molecules production). PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • Big, long, expensive programs against enzymes like elastase and thrombin went on year after year, but no one could get the things to quite work well enough.
  • Elastase activity was determined in a spectrophotometric assay using elastin-Congo red (Sigma) as a substrate, as previously described Liquid chromatography/electron spray ionization mass spectrometry (LC-ESI-MS) data on pure rhamnolipid was used to produce a standard curve for rhamnolipid B (concentration vs. total ionization current (TIC)). PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • The supernatant was either dialyzed against sterile water (for elastase activity) or sterile filtered using 0.2 µm pore filters (16543; Sartorius), frozen and kept for further analysis. PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • Objective: To study the expression of IL-8 and elastase in chronic periodontitis patients.
  • ATT is produced by the liver and its job it to prevent an enzyme found in the lungs, called elastase, which breaks down the elastic fibers, called elastin, that make up the airways and the alveolar walls. CreationWiki - Recent changes [en]
  • These implicate the proteolytic enzyme elastase and cell surface adhesion molecules, and provide a basis for the investigation of potential novel therapies.
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