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hexosaminidase


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hexosaminidase

hexosaminidase

hexosaminidase

hexosaminidase

β‐N‐acetyl hexosaminidase

β-N-acetyl hexosaminidase

Beta-hexosaminidase activity of the oral pathogen Tannerella forsythia influences biofilm formation on glycoprotein substrates

Chitooligosaccharides are converted to N-acetylglucosamine by N-acetyl-β-hexosaminidase from Stenotrophomonas maltophilia

Evidence for the participation of β-hexosaminidase in human sperm–zona pellucida interaction in vitro

Enzymatic properties and subtle differences in the substrate specificity of phylogenetically distinct invertebrate N-glycan processing hexosaminidases

Chemopreventive agents-induced regression of azoxymethane-induced aberrant crypt foci with the recovery of hexosaminidase activity.

Adeno-associated virus-mediated expression of β-hexosaminidase prevents neuronal loss in the Sandhoff mouse brain

Adenoviral Gene Therapy of the Tay-Sachs Disease in Hexosaminidase A-Deficient Knock-Out Mice

Identification and expression analysis of Drosophila melanogaster genes encoding β-hexosaminidases of the sperm plasma membrane

Sequencing, expression, and enzymatic characterization of β-hexosaminidase in rabbit lacrimal gland and primary cultured acinar cells

Complete analysis of the glycosylation and disulfide bond pattern of human β-hexosaminidase B by MALDI-MS

Production of human β-hexosaminidase A with highly phosphorylated N-glycans by the overexpression of the Ogataea minuta MNN4 gene

COMPARISON OF SERUM β-HEXOSAMINIDASE ISOENZYME B ACTIVITY WITH SERUM CARBOHYDRATE-DEFICIENT TRANSFERRIN AND OTHER MARKERS OF ALCOHOL ABUSE

Conversion of Brain-Specific Complex Type Sugar Chains by N-Acetyl-β-D-Hexosaminidase B

 

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An enzyme functioning in the catabolism of gangliosides (q.v.). Hexosaminidase A is composed of alpha and beta subunits coded for by genes on human autosomes 15 and 5, respectively. Mutations at these loci result in Tay-Sachs and Sandhoff diseases (q.v.).

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