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hy·dro·lyze

(hī'drō-līz),
To subject to hydrolysis.

hydrolyze

(hī′drō-līz)
To cause to undergo hydrolysis.
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Flavonoid glycosides with O-rhamnoside and Orutinoside moieties have low bioavailability because they are not hydrolyzed by endogenous enzymes [28] and are thus thought to pass through the small intestine and to be absorbed in colon as the aglycone quercetin or low-molecular weight phenolic acids after hydrolyzation by microflora [29, 30].
There also is a genetic component: Individuals with a mutation in the phospholipase domain-containing protein 3 (PNPLA3) gene, which codes for an enzyme functioning in hydrolyzation of triglycerides, are predisposed to NAFLD.
Acetic acid anhydride hydrolyzation is chosen here.
This gene product coactivates adipose triglyceride lipase (ATGL), which controls hydrolyzation of triacylglycerol.
This results in the activation of phospholipase C (PLC), which in turn leads to the formation of the inositol triphosphate (IP3) through the hydrolyzation of phosphatidylinositol bisphosphate (PIP2).
So, the starch hydrolyzation was basiclly complete when the amylase and glucoamylase were added.
Serum TG concentration was measured enzymatically after hydrolyzation to glycerol, and HDL cholesterol (HDL-C) was measured after the precipitation of other lipoproteins with a heparinmanganese chloride mixture.
Lignin, which naturally protects cellulosic tissues against biochemical degradation complicates efficient cellulose hydrolyzation. Hemicellulose and/or lignin typically must be removed from the plant tissue matrix before high-yield, enzyme-based cellulose hydrolysis can occur.
Using high quality enzymes for cell-wall hydrolyzation, improves protoplast isolation.
Talking about their jobs, they also discussed the possibilities of 1 producing protein enriched foodstuffs through the traditional enzymatic process, hydrolyzation. Novo had developed an enzyme, alkalase, that could be used as a catalyst for protein enrichments.