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12/01/1991 - "First, conversion of cells to spheroplasts with lyticase, a prerequisite for nuclear runoff transcription, induces the expression of HSP70 and HSP90 heat shock genes. "
05/01/2001 - "The assay, which is based on digestion of the yeast cell wall by lyticase (zymolase), a beta-glucanase isolated from Arthrobacter luteus, followed by a hypoosmotic shock lysis, is performed completely in 96-well plates. "
12/01/1991 - "By using an episomal HSP82-lacZ fusion gene, we present evidence that lyticase and thiolutin induce heat shock gene expression at the level of transcription, whereas phenanthroline acts at a subsequent step, likely through message stabilization. "