multienzyme


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mul·ti·en·zyme

(mŭl'tē-en'zīm),
Referring to several enzymes, for example, multienzyme complex.
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Effects of supplementing a multienzyme to broiler diets containing a high level of wheat or canola meal on intestinal morphology and performance of chicks.
2004); in which peptidases act in a so-called multienzyme pathway, an orchestrated mechanism in which one peptidase cannot hydrolyze the substrate by itself, and needs another peptidase that initiates the substrate hydrolysis, exposing previously buried peptide bonds, which become available for other classes of peptidases involved in the process.
Emnaeus, "Screen-printed multienzyme arrays for use in amperometric batch and flow systems," Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, vol.
In Figure 1, Y is in vitro digestibility (%) and X is the pH of the sample solution after 15 min digestion with the multienzyme solution.
Characterization and substrate specificity of an endo-[beta]-1,4-glucanase I (Avicelase I) from an extracellular multienzyme complex of Bacillus circulans.
In this continuum, alpha lipoic acid (DL-6,8thioctic acid; ALA) as a coenzyme of mitochondrial multienzyme complexes and its reduced form, dihydrolipoic acid (DHLA), are well-known for their antioxidant properties.
Dietary supplementation with multienzyme preparations improves nutrient utilization and growth performance in weaned pigs.
It acts as a potent antioxidant and functions as a cofactor in various multienzyme systems involved in the decarboxylation of alpha-keto acids.
Mitochondria have a well-ordered, multienzyme system and only they contain the enzymes of the citric acid cycle; in total, the enzymes of biological respiration.
Reverse transcriptase-PCR Requires thermostable DNA Multiplex PCR polymerase Primer design is critical Potentially lower sensitivity owing to competition for reagents in the PCR mixture Nested PCR High risk of amplicon contamination if transfer occurs Real-time (kinetic) PCR Technically complex Probe design is critical for success Limited multiplexing capability Transcription-based amplification methods Nucleic acid sequence-based Poor performance for DNA amplification targets Multienzyme system (stability?

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