Definition of sialidase in English:

sialidase

Line breaks: si¦alid|ase
Pronunciation: /sʌɪˈalɪdeɪz
 
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noun

  • another term for neuraminidase.
    More example sentences
    • PNGase F cleaves at the carbohydrate-protein link whereas sialidase cleaves terminal sialic acid residues.
    • Acceptor substrate for fucosyltransferase assays was obtained from plasma proteins treated successively by pronase, glycoasparaginase, sialidase, and ß-galactosidase.
    • Analysis of the fibroblast cultures obtained at autopsy revealed a sialidase level of 2.1 nmol/mg of protein per.

Origin

1950s: from Greek sialon 'saliva' + -ide + -ase.

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