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Blood coagulation proceeds via reactions in which zymogen coagulation factors are activated to proteases. An essential step is the activation of factor X by a complex of tissue factor and factor VIIa. This complex usually is studied using phospholipid vesicles into which tissue factor is inserted. Because factor X exists free in solution and bound to the(More)
γ-Glutamyltranspeptidase (GGT) is a dimeric protein that specifically catalyzes the transfer of γ-glutamyl in the optimum pH range of 8.5-9.0, but has poor in vitro stability under the alkaline conditions. In the present work, GGT was immobilized on a mesoporoustitania oxide whisker (MTWs) carrier to afford MTWs-GGT that was further modified with(More)
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