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  • n. Plural form of phospholipase.


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  • Central to this damaging process are enzymes called phospholipases, which break down cellular fats.

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  • Our results do not rule out the role of other enzymes, such as phospholipases

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  • These results suggested that insulin may act by stimulating phospholipases thereby altering the structure of the surface membrane.

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  • Testing the effects of my old favorites, phospholipases, I found that they mimicked the effects of the hormone on glucose utilization and protein synthesis.

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  • I learned from Hanahan how to assay for the actions of phospholipases in ether solution.

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  • The body has repair enzymes such as macroxyproteinase and phospholipases that can undo part of the damage.

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  • The phospholipases A2 (PLA2) superfamily of enzymes plays a key role in the inflammatory process by generating chemical intermediates.

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  • Austria, March 9, 2010/PRNewswire/-- EUCODIS Bioscience, a company providing customized enzymes to the today that it has launched a panel of phospholipases, adding a new enzyme family to its product portfolio. - Business News

  • Here, we report that CC-PLA2-1 and CC-PLA2-2, two novel secreted phospholipases A

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  • Moreover, PA also activates plasma membrane ion channels probably for transmission of signals in gene for gene interactions in tomato and In the present study, the transcript levels of ATPases, RALF, Ser/Thr kinase and phospholipases were found to be elevated in the resistant variety in comparison to the susceptible one from 48 h to 96 h post-infection.

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