hyaluronidase

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Synonyms for hyaluronidase

an enzyme (trade name Hyazyme) that splits hyaluronic acid and so lowers its viscosity and increases the permeability of connective tissue and the absorption of fluids

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Urban, "The adhesive protein invasin of Yersinia pseudotuberculosis induces neutrophil extracellular traps via integrins," Microbes and Infection, vol.
The Salmonella outer membrane proteins Rck and PagN appear to function as invasins and promote cell invasion.
The most frequent VFs were the adhesins (97%), followed by the protectins (86%) and the iron acquisition systems (82%), while toxins, and invasins were seldom detected (35 and 12%, respectively).
If inhabiting an environment of around 25 degree Celsius, the protein RovA ensures that the Yersinia bacteria form invasin as a surface protein, which ensures that the bacteria can penetrate the intestinal cells immediately upon reaching the 37 degree Celsius intestine via food.
Actualmente se sabe que enzimas como las amilasas, proteasas, quitinasas y lipasas participan en el mecanismo de infecci n durante la invasin al hospedero.
InlB, a Surface Protein of Listeria monocytogenes that Behaves as an Invasin and a Growth Factor.
But Janabi sought to damp fears that he was reviving the old pre-war information ministry, which controlled all media outlets in Iraq before the US-led invasin.
The gene codes for a protein, called invasin, that in effect rings the doorbell to enter intestinal cells.
The YadA protein of Yersinia pseudotuberculosis mediates high-efficiency uptake into human cells under environmental conditions in which invasin is repressed.
The genes code for invasin and Yop1, proteins found at the surface of Y.
In addition to serving as an adhesin and invasin of epithelial cells, we previously reported a 42% and 69% decrease in adhesion to and invasion of THP-1 macrophages, respectively, by the MTP-deficient strain.
Called invasin by its discoverers, the newly described protein is necessary for the bacterium Yersinia pseudotuberculosis to penetrate epithelial cells, say scientists from Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston and Stanford University School of Medicine.
Strain Adhesin Toxin papC papG II sfa hlyA cnf1 234 - - - - - 412 + + + + + 535 - - - - - 538 - - - - - 539 - - - - - 545 - - - - - 560 - - - - - 606 - - - - - 611 - - - - - Strain Iron Invasin Phylogenetic system group fyuA iutA ibeA 234 - - - F 412 + + - B2 535 + + - D 538 - - - B1 539 + + - D 545 - - - B1 560 - - - B1 606 + + - D 611 + + - B2 Groups F and B1 were not found in any selected virulence genes.