Experiment 1, influence of enzymatically
hydrolyzed yeast on growth performance, dietary energetics and carcass characteristics
modified rice bran has been proven to help restore NK cell activity and may thereby shorten the duration and severity of winter illnesses.
Normally, these seven amino acids are cleaved off by activating enzymes to yield the enzymatically
active PSA that is found in seminal plasma.
With Tip-Top[R] Ultra Clean, Kampffmeyer Food Innovation provides an enzymatically
inactivated, low-dust release flour.
In that step, the complement protein C3 is enzymatically
cleaved to form C3b, which binds to the surface of a target cell.
Researchers have found that the fungus Aspergillus niger either binds with grapefruit furanocomarins or enzymatically
breaks them down.
Like the earlier RGD peptides, iRGD homes to tumours, but exposure of the CendR motif when the iRGD is enzymatically
cleaved activates a transport system through tumour blood vessel walls into the tumour core.
One large subgroup is the tyrosine kinases (TKs), which enzymatically
transfer phosphate to tyrosine residues (protein phosphorylation) and play a critical role in intracellular communication along what are often called cytokine cascades.
We developed an ADP-ribosylation assay for enzymatically
When implanted into the body, the matrix will enzymatically
degrade from the surface inward.
In this paper woven cotton fabrics were enzymatically
desized, alkali and enzymatically
scoured with alkali and neutral pectinases.
This iodination of specific tyrosines on Tg yields monoiodinated and diiodinated residues [monoiodotyrosines (MITs) and diiodotyrosines (DITs)] that are enzymatically
coupled to form [T.
Therefore, the thermostable L-tyrosine phenol-lyase and L-tryptophan indole-lyase produced by Symbiobacterium toebii SC-1 in this invention can provide more stable catalysts in enzymatic biotransformation processes which enzymatically
produce valuable medico-amino acids 3,4-dehydroxy-L-phenylalanine and L-tryptophan.
Most biomass operations enzymatically
break down cellulose into sugars in an oxygen-rich environment and then use yeast or bacteria to ferment the sugars under oxygen-poor, or anaerobic, conditions.
The assay combines the specificity obtained by enzymatically
labeling DNA probes with the potential for detecting several targets simultaneously by using DNA array hybridization.