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Opposite effects of basic fibroblast growth factor and heparin on heparin/heparan sulfate degrading enzymes from Flavobacterium heparinum

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology International

Jul 1, 1996

S Cavari, S Vannucchi

PMID: 8843352

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Heparinase I is normally inhibited by an excess or substrate, in this paper we describe that bFGF counteracts the inhibiting effect of the substrate and that heparinase I activity is increased in the presence of bFGF. This effect was observed using heparin concentrations ranging from 10...read more

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Liquaemin
Heparitin Sulfate
Electrophoresis, Cellulose Acetate
Polysaccharide-Lyases
Heparin Lyase
Fibroblast Growth Factor 2
NUDT6
Heparinase III
Molecular Sieve Chromatography
Flavobacterium genus
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Opposite effects of basic fibroblast growth factor and heparin on heparin/heparan sulfate degrading enzymes from Flavobacterium heparinum

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