lysozyme : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n an enzyme found in saliva and sweat and tears that destroys the cell walls of certain bacteria
- PROTEIN POWER Scientists have isolated a protein called lysozyme in the urine of pregnant women that seems to be a powerful anti-AIDS agent.
- So far, he had found only a weak one, called lysozyme, extracted from body fluids.
- After five years of experimenting, Gerald Weissmann and Grazia Sessa disclosed that they had succeeded in trapping the cellular enzyme lysozyme in tiny microscopic bubbles of fatty .
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- New imaging technique captures protein vibrations
This graphic visualizes the vibrations in lysozyme, an antibacterial protein found in many animals, as it is excited by terahertz light, depicted by the red wave arrow.
Jan. 16, 2014 - UB Reporter