phospholipase


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phos·pho·lip·ase

 (fŏs′fō-lĭp′ās′, -lī′pās′)
n.
Any of several enzymes that hydrolyze specific ester bonds in phospholipids.

phospholipase

(ˌfɒsfəʊˈlaɪpeɪs)
n
(Chemistry) chem an enzyme that converts phospholipids into fatty acids and other substances as they react with water
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Fraction between 15 and 10KDa indicated A2 phospholipase content (11kDa), presenting around 32% for type 1 and 2.
These enzymes are now more generally referred to as patatin-like phospholipase domain-containing lipases (PNPLA1~9), as all members in this family share a patatin domain, which was initially discovered in patatin (i[PLA.
The discovery of an autoantibody against M-type phospholipase A2 receptor (PLA2R) on podocytes in approximately 70% patients with iMN makes a critical step forward to understanding the disease.
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Hence, the higher the phospholipase value, the lower the production of phospholipases.
It was discovered that sperm from these infertile patients lack a proper functioning version of a sperm protein, called Phospholipase C zeta (PLCz).
Other assays based on enzyme activity are phospholipase, hydrolyzing specific ester bonds in glycerophospholipids (15,16).
An NSAID like diclofenac, inhibits phospholipase A27.
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