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Several Factors Affecting the Effect of Enzyme Preparation

Enzyme preparations have penetrated into all aspects of our lives due to their high efficiency, safety, non-toxic side effects and low environmental impact. For example, the bread to eat, the juice and beverage we drink, the seasoning for cooking, and the paper documents we use can all use enzyme preparations.

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What Are the Factors That Affect Enzyme Catalysis?

The factors that affect enzyme catalysis (that is, enzyme activity) will definitely affect the rate of enzymatic reactions, but the factors that affect the rate of enzymatic reactions do not necessarily affect the catalysis. pH, temperature, ultraviolet light, heavy metal salts, inhibitors, activators, etc. will affect the catalysis and the rate of enzymatic reactions. The concentration of the enzyme, the concentration of the substrate, etc. will not affect the enzyme catalysis but can affect the rate of the enzymatic reaction.

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Everything You Want to Know About Enzyme Composition

Proteins are divided into simple proteins, combined proteins. Similarly, according to chemical composition, enzymes can also be divided into two major categories: simple proteinases and conjugated proteases.

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The Present Status and Development Trend of Enzyme Engineering

Bioengineering is a high technology of modern science and technology, and it is one of the most promising disciplines today. Enzyme engineering is an important part of bioengineering. As a biocatalyst, enzymes are widely used in more than 20 fields such as food, brewing, starch sugar, tanning, printing, medicine, and petrochemicals.

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Detailed Introduction to Enzymatic Modification Technology

Since enzymes have the advantages of reaction specificity, high catalytic efficiency and mild reaction conditions, they have been increasingly used in industry, agriculture, medicine, and environmental protection.

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Catalysis of Enzymes

In order to carry out various different life activities, the organism must obtain energy and produce new substances needed for its growth.

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Application of Enzymes in Medical Diagnosis

This article summarizes the application of some enzymes in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases from aspects of enzymatic diagnosis and medicinal enzymes, confirming the indispensable importance and significance of diagnostic enzyme in our lives.

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About the Nomenclature of Enzymes: Everything You Need to Know

If you are familiar with the formal system of enzymes naming, you can unravel many mysteries about the function of a given enzyme without knowing exactly what reaction the enzyme catalyzes.

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Introduction to the Enzymes Separation and Purification

There are two types of enzymes produced by biological cells: one type of enzymes that are produced inside the cell and then secreted outside the cell for action, called extracellular enzymes. Most of these enzymes are hydrolases. For example, two amylases used in enzymatic production of glucose are secreted by Bacillus subtilis and root enzymes during fermentation. Such enzymes are generally high in content and easy to obtain.

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Enzymes: Your Seven Step Guide, Part 2

The references for this series of articles is the author’s personal knowledge and experience, the book “Enzymes for Autism and other Nurological Conditions. This article may be freely copied and used on other web sites only if it is copied complete with all links and text, including this header, intact and unchanged except for minor improvements such as misspellings and typos.

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Microbial Enzyme Preparations Have a Bright Future in the Food Industry

The microbial enzymatic method is the main way to obtain enzyme preparations in modern enzyme engineering. Except for a few enzymes that are still extracted from animals and plants, most of them are produced by microorganisms.

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Chemical Composition of Enzyme Molecules

The essence of most enzymes is protein, only a few enzymes are RNA, so this article only discusses enzymes composed of proteins. These enzymes, like other proteins, are composed of amino acids and have primary, secondary, tertiary, and quaternary structures.

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The Development History and Applications of Enzyme Engineering

Enzyme engineering is a scientific technology that puts enzymes or microbial cells, animal and plant cells, organelles, etc. in a certain biological reaction device, and then use the biocatalytic function of the enzyme to transform the corresponding raw materials into useful substances and apply them to social life with help of engineering means.

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Research Progress of Multi-enzyme Biological Feed

The multi-enzyme feed is a type of biological feed. This kind of feed is rich in a variety of feed enzymes, which can eliminate the anti-nutritional components in feed ingredients to a certain extent or play a supplementary role in animal endogenous enzymes.

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Development and Application of Environmental Protection Enzymes and Enzyme Technology

In the face of increasingly severe global environmental pollution problems, the combined development of environmental engineering technology and biotechnology has provided new technical means for the environmental pollution control.

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