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Thermostable enzyme

thermostable enzyme

(Science: enzyme) An enzyme that is not readily subject to destruction or alteration by heat.

Synonym: heat-stable enzyme.


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... of an inhibitor or to a modification of the protein structure of the enzyme. For this purpose: a) cross-assays and heating ones were performed ... in the PCL of porphyric animals may exist; the presence of a thermostable inhibitor could also contribute to the decrease of PCL activity ...

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