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Caption: Figure 3: FGF21-KO mice have reduced expression and activity of lipolytic enzyme. Mice were fed as described in the Materials and Methods.
At this point we had demonstrated that incorporating a properly designed and formulated lipolytic enzyme additive into laminates provides a self-degreasing material that can be prepared using conventional, established production equipment.
Identification of Lipolytic Enzymes Isolated from Bacteria Indigenous to Eucalyptus Wood Species for Application in the Pulping Industry.
Pencreach et al., "Biochemical properties and three-dimensional structures of two extracellular lipolytic enzymes from Bacillus subtilis," Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, vol.
The lipolytic enzymes (lipases) can, by hydrolytic method reduce the concentration and degrade a large number of toxic and persistent substances (Liu et al., 2011, Baldo et al., 2013, Chen, Zhang, Xu, & Yan, 2013, Zadinelo et al., 2013, Costa et al., 2014).
(35.) Minji P, Eunsoo D, Won H (2013) Lipolytic enzymes involved in the virulence of human pathogenic fungi.
Virulence factors of various pathogenic microbes include secretory hydrolytic enzymes (proteinases and the lipolytic enzymes, lipases, and phospholipases) that help in entry into host tissue by destabilization of the host cell membrane leading to release of lipid second messengers.
Some studies have shown that the combined use of triacylglycerols containing medium-chain fatty acids or fatty powder and exogenous lipolytic enzymes could improve growth performance [12], carcass composition [13], antimicrobial activity, clearly regulate and stabilize the gastrointestinal flora in the stomach [14].
Sensitivity to proteolytic - and lipolytic enzymes of antibacterial compounds was investigated by the addition proteinase K, a-chymotrypsin and lipase at a final concentration of 1 mg/ml in phosphate buffer (pH 6.5).
Sporulated bacteria that produce proteolytic and lipolytic enzymes are important in the spoilage process of long-life pasteurized milk (GLEESON et al., 2013) and ultra-high temperature milk (ESPEJO et al., 2014).
The nitrogen source is a factor that has shown great influence on the lipolytic enzymes. Both the organic and inorganic nitrogen have an important role in the synthesis of the enzyme [82, 89].
The aim of this study was to examine the effects of green tea extract on the body fat mass and lipolytic enzymes in adipose tissue of mice fed a high-fat diet and to observe whether reduction of fat mass is associated with diminished low-grade inflammation.