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  • n. Any enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolysis of a glucuronide; a glycuronidase


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  • Then an enzyme called glucuronidase, which is produced as sites of tumors, infection and inflammation, unlocks resveratrol from glucuronate and delivers resveratrol at the right time and place.

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  • Zeolite appears to increase the rate of glucuronisation in the liver, activating phase II of the glucuronidase function.

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  • One of the descendent lineages gained the pO157 plasmid and Stx2 and Stx1 phages, changed its O antigen, and also lost its ability to ferment sorbitol (SOR -) or to express beta-glucuronidase (GUD -).

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  • The results are in agreement with the study of Wick et al. [18], which showed that strain 493-89 is the earliest among the strains to have the O157 antigen, while G5010 is the first to be sorbitol negative, and cluster 1 the first to be beta glucuronidase negative.

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  • Upstream of the beta-glucuronidase start codon GTDsB carries splice donor and acceptor sites optimized for monocotyledonous plants.

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  • Acid beta - glycerophosphatase beta - glucuronidase activity aortas pig fed high-cholesterol diet


  • Urine samples were first buffered with ammonium acetate buffer and then spiked with a labeled triclosan standard solution, 13C4-4-methylumbelliferone, and 4-methylumbelliferyl glucuronide, and beta-glucuronidase enzyme (for deconjugation of possible glucuronidated forms of the target analyte).


  • Urine samples were also spiked with beta-glucuronidase enzyme (for deconjugation of glucuronidated forms of the target analytes).



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