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Neuraminidase is used as a hydrolytic enzyme that removes sialic acid from mucoproteins, used in a study to assess binding with human T lymphocytes in sheep pretreated with neuraminidase. It has also been used in a study to investigate the effect of bile salts on the action of hydrolysis by neuraminidase.
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