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urethanase

Known as: urethane hydrolase 
National Institutes of Health

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Review
2017
Review
2017
Urea in alcoholic beverage is a precursor of ethyl carbamate (EC), which is carcinogenic. Enzymatic elimination of urea has… 
2016
2016
Ethyl carbamate as a potential carcinogen commonly exists in traditional fermented foods and beverages. Enzymatic removal of… 
2013
2013
A strain with urethanase activity was isolated from mouse gastrointestine. By combination of morphological characterization of… 
2013
2013
Rhodotorula mucilaginosa, producing the ethyl carbamate (EC)-degrading enzyme, urethanase, was newly isolated from the Chinese… 
2013
2013
Urethanase produced by Penicillium variabile was purified through ultrasonication, concentration by polyethylene glycol 20,000… 
2006
2006
A bacterium which degrades urethane compounds was isolated and identified as Rhodococcus equi strain TB-60. Strain TB-60 degraded… 
1994
1994
Urethane is potentially carcinogenic and teratogenic to human and has been reported to be a contaminant of various kinds of… 
1992
1992
Urethane-hydrolyzing activity (urethanase) was found in the homogenates of liver, kidney, and lung of rats. The activity was… 
1990
1990
Urethane, a cancer-causing chemical, was reported to contaminate alcoholic beverages such as whisky, liquor, wine and sake… 
1985
1985
"Nα-Benzyloxycarbonyl amino acid urethane hydrolase III" was purified from the cell-free extract of Lactobacillus casei e ATCC…