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Zhou XQ, Chen CR, Wang YF, Xu ZH, Han HY, Li LH, Wan SQ (2013) Warming and increased precipitation have differential effects on soil extracellular enzyme activities in a temperate grassland.
Entomopathogenic isolates of Metarhizium anisopliae, Beauveria bassaiana and Aspergillus flavus produce multiple extracellular enzymes [21].
These findings are in complete harmony with what is published about involvement of extracellular enzymes produced from fungi in PS-PUR degradation.
Extracellular enzymes like acid and alkaline phosphatase can be stabilised in a 3-dimensional network of organo-mineral complexes and maintain their activities (Burns 1982).
Besides the ability to adhere to plastic, to survive and multiply within total parenteral nulrition and other types of intravenous infusions, and to produce extracellular enzymes (4,8), little information is available regarding virulence factors associated with the pathogenesis of these bacteria.
Nevertheless, some trends obtained in analysing the correlations with other variables along the climatic transect revealed the distinct characteristics of the extracellular enzymes (Table 3).
As most HA subtypes are cleaved by extracellular enzymes, this surface loop may be accessible to antibody, at least temporarily, on HA0 expressed in the plasma membrane of infected host cells.
In the vicinity of tumors, extracellular enzymes overexpressed and oversecreted specifically in the tumor environment cleave DTS-201 to yield an intermediate, L-Dox (leucyl doxorubicin), which is capable of penetrating cells.
The various species of these bacteria produce many unusual products, including antibiotics, pigments, extracellular enzymes, intracellular protein crystals and bioluminescence (f (from P.
cis-ACCP, the novel drug, inhibits enzymes called matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs), which are extracellular enzymes known to play a crucial role in physiological tissue remodeling and repair.
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