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sul·fa·tase

 (sŭl′fə-tās′)
n.
Any of a group of enzymes that catalyze the hydrolysis of sulfate esters and are found in animal tissues and bacteria.

sulfatase

(ˈsʌlfəˌteɪz)
n
(Biochemistry) the US preferred spelling of sulphatase
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Contract award notice: Unlimited tender for the supply of medicinal products - ruxolitinib and idurate sulfatase - used as part of drug programs.
Dubai: A Dubai resident's painting of a child she met during her trek to Mount Kilimanjaro will be auctioned in Louisiana in the US on September 15 to raise funds for the treatment of a three-year-old American girl who suffers from multiple sulfatase deficiency (MSD).
Most of the excreted indoxyl sulfate is digested into indoxyl by indoxyl sulfatase produced by certain bacteria.
min]), dehydrogenase activity, fluorescein diacetate hydrolysing activity (FDHA), [beta]-glucosidase activity, aryl sulfatase activity, acid and alkaline phosphatase activity, and urease activity.
vulnificus produce diversity of destructive extracellular products including elastase, protease, hemolysin, collagenase, DNase, lipase, phospholipase, mucinase, chondroitin sulfatase, hyaluronidase and fibrinolysin (Wright & Morris, 1991; Al-Assafi et al.
Adiponectin blocks the protein expression of sulfatase 2 (SULF2), which is oncogenic, and high expression of SULF2 is related to HCC [48].
Two distinct types of secretory cells are believed to be associated with the separate storage of tyrindoxyl sulfate and an aryl sulfatase enzyme (Westley et al.
The primary route of excretion for BPF appeared to be through the sulfatase conjugate, rather than the glucuronide conjugate (as with BPA).
Sera samples were then hydrolyzed with a mixture of [beta]-glucuronidase and sulfatase to include the conjugates of the three active compounds.
Aggressive behavior induced by the steroid sulfatase inhibitor COUMATE and by DHEAS in CBA/H mice.