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Basiliscusfibrase

Basiliscusfibrase
(Science: enzyme) a zn-dependent fibrinolytic enzyme; from the venom of crotalus basiliscus basiliscus; cleaves the aalpha-chain of fibrinogen at lys(413)-leu(414); cbfib1.1 and 1.2 also cleave ser(505)-thr(506) and tyr(560)-ser(561); cbfib3 also cleaves gly(204)-ser(205) and pro(516)-met(517)
registry number: EC 3.4.24.-
Synonym: basiliscusfibrase 1, basiliscusfibrase 2, basiliscusfibrase 3, cbfib1.1, cbfib1.2, cbfib3, basilase


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