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Relating to or effecting catalysis.
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Relating to or effecting catalysis.
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(kă-tăl′ĭ-sĭs) [Gr. katalysis, dissolution]
The speeding of a chemical reaction by a catalyst.
catalytic (kăt-ă-lĭt′ĭk), adjective
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Effect of pH on activities of free and immobilized Laccase: The immobilized laccase was found to be catalytically active over an extensive variety of pH when contrasted native enzyme.
dCas9 ChIP assays use a catalytically dead version of Cas9 to determine the genome-wide binding profile of dCas9 with a specific gRNA (Figure 6(A)).
Its disulfide bond is located midway between the redox active dithiol of the enzyme and the catalytically essential selenocysteine residue of the neighbor subunit.
The Figure 8 shows that this reaction is endothermic and catalytically assisted, and it is also temperature dependent.
It was found that Pd/Ce[O.sub.2] and Pd-NiO/Ce[O.sub.2] composites are catalytically active in the glycerol oxidation processes.
Using a small molecule-mediated knockdown strategy, Kymera is developing heterobifunctional molecules that catalytically recruit specific proteins to E3 ubiquitin ligases, resulting in the targeted protein's ubiquitination and subsequent irreversible degradation.
In addition, this finding highlights the potential relevance of aspartic acid-substituted, catalytically active MurA enzymes as a target for inhibitor development.
Phenylalanine is catalytically deaminated to cinnamic acid and then cinnamic acid is converted to various polyphenols, which share a definitive structural component: a phenol or an aromatic ring with at least one hydroxyl group.
Expression of catalytically active recombinant Helicobacter pylori urease at wild-type levels in Escherichia coli.
This is then hydrolysed intoxylose and catalytically hydrogenated into xylitol.
To improve on that limited capability, the team introduced mutations into A marinus' DNA and picked out the bacteria making the most catalytically active cytochrome c.