GLUTAMINASE THESIS PDF

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Masters thesis, Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad. L - Asparaginase is an amidohydrolase that catalyzes the hydrolysis of amino acid L - aspar a gine in to aspartic acid and ammonia. It is also used in food industry to prevent the formation of a crylamide , a carcinogenic substance in carbohydrate rich fried and baked foods.

Naturally L - Asparaginase is present i n plants, animals and microbes but microorganisms such as bacteria, yeast and fungi are generally used for the production of L - Asparaginase as it is difficult to obtain the same from plants and animals.

It is found that the L - Asparaginase from bacteria causes side effects in humans including anaphylaxis and serious allergic reactions which can be fatal in some cases. To overcome this, eukaryotic organisms such as fungi can be used for the production of L - Asparaginase. Bu t sometimes the fungi produces L - glutaminase and urease enzymes along with L - Asparaginase which is difficult to remove in the purification stage.

In order to prevent this fungal strains which can produce L - Asparaginase fre e of L - glutaminase and urease are isolated from different sources using standard protocols. Advanced Search. Login Create Account.

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Glutamate serves as a crucial excitatory neurotransmitter that is essential for the proper functioning of the brain. However, excess levels of glutamate are neurotoxic and contribute to the pathogenesis of various neurodegenerative diseases, inducing HIV-1 associated neurocognitive disorders HAND. Glutaminase 1 GLS1 is an important mitochondrial enzyme responsible for producing glutamate from glutamine. However, why and how GLS1 is released remains unknown.

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GLUTAMINASE THESIS PDF

Masters thesis, Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad. L - Asparaginase is an amidohydrolase that catalyzes the hydrolysis of amino acid L - aspar a gine in to aspartic acid and ammonia. It is also used in food industry to prevent the formation of a crylamide , a carcinogenic substance in carbohydrate rich fried and baked foods. Naturally L - Asparaginase is present i n plants, animals and microbes but microorganisms such as bacteria, yeast and fungi are generally used for the production of L - Asparaginase as it is difficult to obtain the same from plants and animals. It is found that the L - Asparaginase from bacteria causes side effects in humans including anaphylaxis and serious allergic reactions which can be fatal in some cases. To overcome this, eukaryotic organisms such as fungi can be used for the production of L - Asparaginase. Bu t sometimes the fungi produces L - glutaminase and urease enzymes along with L - Asparaginase which is difficult to remove in the purification stage.

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Essay: L-glutaminase

Levels of L-glutaminase activities in soils at pH 8 and pH Effect of substrate. This free Science essay on L-glutaminase is perfect for Science students to use as an example. In this thesis we report our structural and functional studies on KGA and its metabolism and a key metabolic enzyme, glutaminase. In the chapter II. Over a insufficient decades, considerable research has been undertaken with the microbial production of extracellular L-glutaminase. Further Goldstein, and Schooler, et al. The enzyme precipitate obtained from each saturation was dissolved in a minimal volume of 0.

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