Waseem Shora

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Intestinal goblet cell mucus (GCM) was added to incubations of casein and trypsin (or chymotrypsin) to discover whether mucus could inhibit proteolysis. Contrary to expectation, GCM stimulated casein hydrolysis, reaching a maximum effect at a GCM to casein ratio (w/w) of 0.083. GCM did not contain proteolytic enzymes or proenzymes as contaminants, nor did(More)
Optimal assay conditions and kinetic properties of three acid hydrolase activities, acid phosphatase, arylsulfatase, and β-glucuronidase and a non-lysosomal alkaline phosphatase activity, were determined in colon mucosa from 12 normal subjects and compared to mucosa from 5 patients with ulcerative colitis. There were significant decreases in specific(More)
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