heat-labile

heat-la·bile

(hēt'lā'bīl),
Destroyed or altered by heat.

heat-la·bile

(hēt'lā'bīl)
Destroyed or altered by heat.

heat-labile

(het'la'bil?, 'bil)
Easily changed or destroyed by heat; unstable. Synonym: thermolabile

heat-labile

destroyable by heat.
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Though many websites list the toxin as heat-labile, destroyed at a certain temperature for a certain time, both certified chefs have been taught that they shouldn't even try to remove the toxin.
Contract award notice:"Delivery of sterilization equipment for steam and low temperature sterilization of heat-labile materials for the needs of St.
7) described the production of a heat-labile cholera enterotoxin-like protein and Okawa et al.
Virulence of Aeromonads is considered to be multifactorial including cytotonic heat-labile (alt), and cytotonic heat-stable enterotoxins (ast), cytotoxic heat-labile enterotoxin (act), hemolysin (hly), aerolysin (aei), flagella A and flagella B (fla), lipase (lip), elastase (ela), serine protease (ser), and DNases (exu) [8].
carrot, potato, rice, soybean, tobacco, and tomato) for transgenic vaccines composed of a bacterial component (such as heat-labile enterotoxin [LT] B subunit, CT B subunit [CTB], or Yersinia pestis) and a viral component (such as hepatitis B virus, rotavirus, or norovirus), (91),(97)-(103) rice may be the most suitable antigen-expressing plant because rice seed (especially the protein body) is resistant to digestion by gastric acid.
As an amateur aquarist, he was aware of the venomous nature of lionfish and sought immediate emergency department care, where warm (45[degrees]C) water soaks to inactivate the heat-labile venom began.
Filtration: There is a lot of potential to aseptically add heat-labile ingredients to food products without heat treatment.
The PR-10 proteins, such as Ara h 8, are also widely distributed and cross-reactive, heat-labile proteins, primarily found in the pulp of fruits.
6] Boiling kills the microorganisms but adversely affect the quality, taste and flavour of milk, as milk constituents are heat-labile.
The patch contained Escherichia coli heat-labile toxin.
Its critical temperature (31 C) is far lower than typical GC operating temperatures, so, as with LC, heat-labile compounds may be analyzed.
By analysing adjusted population attributable fractions, they found that most attributable cases of moderate-to-severe diarrhoea were due to four pathogens: rotavirus, Cryptosporidium, enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli producing heat-stable toxin (ST-ETEC; with or without co-expression of heat-labile enterotoxin), and Shigella.