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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This process is often chosen for water-sensitive pharmaceuticals however it can be unsuitable for heat-labile drugs such as proteins or peptides.
coli such as the stxl, stx2 (8), aggR (9), ipaH (10), the heat-labile 1 (LT1) and heat-stable I (ST1) genes " and mal B (3).
hydrophila genome revealed a number of a putative virulence factors, including a gene that heat-labile cytotonic enterotoxin (alt).
It is well known from animal studies that cholera toxin (CT) secreted by Vibrio cholerae and heat-labile enterotoxin (LT) from Escherichia coli (E.
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.
As the heat-labile toxin of ETEC enhances cAMP production, which can regulate the expression of proinflammatory cytokines [20], we also assumed that the intracellular concentrations of cAMP during infection of host cells may be modulated by the probiotic.
In addition, this technique consumes less energy than traditional concentration techniques by evaporation [7] and protecting the valuable heat-labile components of liquid foods (e.g., ascorbic acid in fruit juices), as noted by Petzold et al.
(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].
Among the various plant candidates (e.g., 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.
Filtration: There is a lot of potential to aseptically add heat-labile ingredients to food products without heat treatment.