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Synonyms for coagulation

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The SC is made up of corneocytes: terminally differentiated keratinocytes, highly cross-linked by transglutaminases with cornified envelope proteins such as loricrin, involucrin, filaggrin, and small proline-rich proteins.
Results for IgA anti-tissue transglutaminase antibody were negative for all the controls.
Ali N A, Ahmed SH, Mohamed EA, Mohamed Ahmed IA and E E Babiker Effect of Transglutaminase Cross Linking on the Functional Properties as a Function of NaCl Concentration of Legumes Protein Isolate.
Catteruccia's research detailed the biochemical composition of the plug, identified the transglutaminase enzyme and showed that blocking the enzyme prevents females from storing sperm to fertilize their eggs.
There was significant decrease in ash content in low sodium frankfurter with transglutaminase, potassium chloride, sodium caseinate and dietary fibre as salt replacers (Jimenez-Colmenero et al.
While the taste of such artificial foods can be criticized, there is no health issue associated with consuming transglutaminase.
Kumar V, Jarzabek-Chorzelska M, Sulej J, Rajadhyaksha M, Jablonska S: Tissue transglutaminase and endomysial antibodies-diagnostic markers of gluten-sensitive enteropathy in dermatitis herpetiformis.
Other, and much more speculative, possible functions of carnosine considered include transglutaminase inhibition, stimulation of proteolysis mediated via effects on proteasome activity or induction of protease and stress-protein gene expression, upregulation of corticosteroid synthesis, stimulation of protein repair, and effects on ADP-ribose metabolism associated with sirtuin and poly-ADP-ribose polymerase (PARP) activities.
The diagnosis of celiac disease is based on the presence of serologic tests (ELISA) confirming the presence of antibody to tissue transglutaminase (anti-tTG) (5).
Highlights of the subject matter include: "Applications of Transglutaminase in Meat Products - Innovation and Reduction of Cost", "Enrichment of Foods with Fibre", "Global Trends in the Development of Natural Functional Ingredients", "An Original Diuretic and Weight Control Agent Produced from the Fruit of the Cactus", "Strengthen your Product Line with Bone and Joint Nutrients", and "A New Form of Soluble Propolis Extract as a Functional Ingredient for Foods and Beverages".
Detection of anti-tissue transglutaminase (tTG) [1] antibodies by the use of human recombinant or erythrocyte tTG-IgA-based ELISA assays is 1 of the preferred tests for diagnosing celiac disease (CD) (1).
2) Coeliac disease may also be confused with IBS-D and it is recommended that, in appropriate population groups, coeliac serology (tissue transglutaminase and endomyseal antibodies) be performed before IBS is confirmed.
Terminal differentiation is characterized by degree of expression of bcl-2, elimination of cell organelles such as nucleus and activation of mitochondrial membrane-bound transglutaminase [15,24].
Keratinocyte transglutaminase, TGasel, is essential for the formation of the cornified layer of epidermis and is usually expressed during the latter stages of keratinocyte differentination.