zymogram


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zy·mo·gram

 (zī′mə-grăm′)
n.
1. An assay done using zymography.
2. The record produced by such an assay, usually consisting of bands in an electrophoretic gel.

zymogram

(ˈzaɪməʊˌɡræm)
n
(Biochemistry) biochem a band of electrophoretic medium showing a pattern of enzymes following electrophoresis
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Proteolytic activity in zymogram was visualized, as reported by Garcia-Carreno et al.
2ul of 20 ug recombinant human MMP-2 and 9 standard (Chemicon) as positive control recognized as the standard of MMP-2 and MMP-9 molecular weight were run in each zymogram.
The cellulase zymogram showed six active bands (Cel 1of 74kDa, Cel 2 of 63 kDa, Cel 3 of 62 kDa, Cel 4 of 60 kDa.
oxysporum EMT in the presence of Gallic acid and Guaiacol, and it was investigated using zymogram analysis on SDS-PAGE.
Zymogram analysis: For the determination of molecular weight, the enzyme preparations and protein marker (Serva) were subjected to SDS-PAGE.
The protein expression and activity of MMP-9 were determined by Western blot assay and gelatin zymogram assay, respectively.
The zymogram of xylanase exhibited a significant activity band that corresponds to result of SDS PAGE.
On the zymogram two bands were detected, one at a high molecular weight and one at a low weight.
The accuracy/precision of gelatinolytic activities were evaluated by zymogram densitometry with Image ProPlus software (Cybernetics) (4).