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Enzymic

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adjective

Of, relating to, characterized by, or caused by enzyme


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Word origin: Medieval Greek enzumos (leavened)

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Biological Molecules and Cell Reactions Question

By reactions I assume the question means things that require enzymic activity or other such "outside" help. Whilst nucleic acids work as blueprints for enzymes along other things, the actual cellular reactions are not usually directly performed ...

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by biohazard
Wed Sep 23, 2009 12:38 pm
 
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Topic: Biological Molecules and Cell Reactions Question
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The Fiber Disease

... interest in the therapeutic potential of disrupting quorum sensing. Recently, a number of bacteria have been identified which are capable of enzymic inactivation of AHLs. These enzymes show considerable promise as ‘quenchers' of quorum sensing. However, the assumption that the natural function ...

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