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enzymatic

 [en″zi-mat´ik]
of, relating to, caused by, or of the nature of an enzyme.
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en·zy·mat·ic

(en'zi-mat'ik),
Relating to an enzyme.
Synonym(s): enzymic
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en·zy·mat·ic

(en'zi-mat'ik)
Relating to an enzyme.
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While there have been no studies on the results from using Nico-End, the folks at Enzymatic Therapy discontinue products that people don't buy, and people are buying lots of Nico-End.
Drying degrade can occur as a result of drying defects such as warp, checks and splits, and enzymatic stain.
To address this concern, Peter Fischer and colleagues sought to find a more natural and sustainable way to inhibit enzymatic browning in pastry dough.
- US-based DNA Script, which is in the development of enzymatic DNA synthesis, has successfully synthesized the world's first 200-nucleotide strand of DNA by de novo enzymatic synthesis, the company said.
Enzymatic biofuel cells are a kind of bioelectronic device, they say, that uses oxidoreductase enzymes as an electrocatalyst to catalyze the transformation of chemical energy into electrical energy, and have some advantages--especially regarding the environment--over conventional fuel cells, which use precious metal nanoparticles as the electrocatalyst.
The aim of this study was to study the effects of fermentation and enzymatic hydrolysis treatment of cottonseed meal on crude protein (CP), water-soluble protein (WSP), amino acid (AA) and peptide fractions, and the AA digestibility and metabolic energy of fermented cottonseed meal (FCSM) and enzymatic hydrolyzed cotton seed meal (EHCSM) in white leghorn roosters.