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ar·gi·nase

 (är′jə-nās′, -nāz)
n.
An enzyme found primarily in the liver that catalyzes the hydrolysis of arginine to form urea and ornithine.

[From German Arginin, arginine; see arginine.]

arginase

(ˈɑːdʒɪˌneɪz)
n
an enzyme which hydrolyses arginine into ornithine and urea

ar•gi•nase

(ˈɑr dʒəˌneɪs, -ˌneɪz)

n.
a liver enzyme that converts arginine to urea.
[1900–05; < German; see arginine, -ase]
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Aeglea BioTherapeutics presented 20-dose data on 14 patients from the company's completed Phase 1/2 trial and ongoing Phase 2 open-label extension, or OLE, trial for pegzilarginase in patients with Arginase 1 Deficiency, or ARG1-D, at the Symposium of the Society for the Study of Inborn Errors of Metabolism, or SSIEM.
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Newer immunomarkers of hepatocellular Differentiation, such as arginase 1 and glypican 3, have been successfully used in hepatoid carcinoma of other organs (pancreas, adrenal, lung, and stomach).
Specifically, we will investigate whether and how the inhibition of selected enzymes involved in the generation of this new metabolic checkpoint can impact on the efficacy of immunotherapeutic agents, including immune checkpoint inhibitors, arginase inhibitors as well as adoptive therapy with car-t cells and car-nk cells.
Arginase is an important enzyme that catalyzes the conversion of arginine to ornithine and urea.
Immunohistochemical pitfalls and the importance of glypican 3 and arginase in the diagnosis of scirrhous hepato-cellular carcinoma.
During chronic infection, arginase-expressing myeloid-derived suppressor cells and circulating arginase increased in phase with HBV replication without immunopathology, and thus L-arginine decreased.
High arginase activity can lower NO level by reducing the substrate for NO synthase.
Increased arginine is a feature of the urea cycle disorder arginase deficiency, but ornithine, the product of the arginase reaction, is expected to be low to normal rather than increased as observed in this patient.
A novel and promising therapeutic approach for NSCLC: recombinant human arginase alone or combined with autophagy inhibitor.
Additionally, the expression of the following four macrophage polarization markers transglutaminase 2 (Tgm2), arginase 1 (Arg1), chemokine (C-X-C motif) ligand 9 (Cxcl9), and nitric oxide synthase 2 (Nos2) was also assessed (example gating schema in Supplementary Figure 8).