hydrolyze


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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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Type II pullulanase also known as amylopullulanase hydrolyzes [alpha]-1,6 glycosidic bonds in pullulan and [alpha]-1,6 as well as [alpha]-1,4 glycosidic bonds in starch.
(2006) also used CRL to hydrolyze triolein at pH 7.0 [14].
The ability of bovine proteasomes to hydrolyze synthetic peptides was retained in muscle exposed to pressures of up to 200 MPa, being about 72 to 56% of the activities extracted from unpressurized muscle.
The urea bond hydrolyzes to a carbamic acid and an amine.
Recently we reported an organophosphorus hydrolase (OPH) from Pseudomonas diminuta that hydrolyzes VX and Tetriso, and also DFP and Soman (2).
Two enzymes, Cryotin and Flavourzyme[R], were used to hydrolyze the protein isolate to 7.5% and 25% degrees of hydrolysis.
Heat and steam hydrolyze the feathers into a cysteine-rich, high-protein product that is 60% digestible.
Diagnon Corporation (Rockville, MD; 301-251-2801) announces the filing of a patent application entitled 'High Throughput Assay Method for Enzymes which Metabolically Hydrolyze Nucleoside Triphosphates and an Assay System Therefor' on September 17, 1999.
Synthetic pyrethroid insecticides used on bed nets or for house spraying against malaria-infected mosquitoes seem safer for human health than DDT because humans and other mammals possess the ability to hydrolyze the pyrethroids rapidly and excrete them from the body (13-14).
The researchers determined that 0.0042[+ or -] 0.0002 g of rice koji was needed to hydrolyze 0.004 g of starch at 55 C in 10 minutes.
It may be possible to partially hydrolyze alpha-lactalbumin using protease enzymes from Bacillus licheneiformis.