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  • n. Any of a group of mammalian lysosomal neuraminidases

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  • LIPI telah merintis penelitian molecular farming dengan fokus pada protein untuk pengobatan, yaitu human erythropoietin untuk penyakit anemia, dan protein untuk diagnosis, yaitu sialidase untuk kanker menggunakan tanaman tembakau.

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  • USPTO awards NexBio patent covering sialidase pharmaceutical compositions and methods of treating influenza

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  • It's a genetic disorder -- more specifically, a lysosomal storage disorder -- marked by the absence of a key digestive enzyme called sialidase.

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  • USPTO awards NexBio patent covering sialidase pharmaceutical compositions and methods of treating influenza KineMed, Bristol-Myers Squibb broaden collaboration to develop novel mechanisms for Alzheimer's disease Debiopharm Group signs exclusive licence agreement with Novartis for alisporivir Advanced paternal age increases autism risk only when the mother is younger Doctors do not follow evidence-based guidelines for treating low back pain, says report NIH awards over $15M for Tulane University's collaborative effort to combat VHF

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  • "This is the first functional study showing behavioral improvement below a spinal cord injury by the delivery of sialidase," says Ronald Schnaar, Ph. D., a professor of pharmacology and molecular sciences at Johns Hopkins.

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  • The researchers then implanted into each rat a small pump that delivered a steady stream of sialidase directly to the injury over the course of two weeks, hoping that bathing the injured nerves in the enzyme would help their recovery and promote regrowth.

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  • So they treated rats after a spinal cord impact injury by injecting sialidase directly to the injury site.

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  • The team built upon earlier research where they disovered that sialidase treatment improved the growth of nerves into a graft.

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  • Publishing online this week in the Early Edition of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, researchers at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine show that treating injured rat spinal cords with an enzyme, sialidase, improves nerve regrowth, motor recovery and nervous system function.

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  • To see if sialidase treatment improved nerve connections enough to remedy these problems, the team measured the nerve circuits that control blood pressure in treated and untreated rats.

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