thermostable enzyme

ther·mo·sta·ble en·zyme

an enzyme that is not readily subject to destruction or alteration by heat.
Synonym(s): heat-stable enzyme
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Ung isn't a thermostable enzyme, and we want it to act before any PCR (or alternate amplification method) occurs, so the approach is to pre-incubate the reactions containing ung for a few minutes prior to an initial high temperature strand denaturation step.
Solid state fermentation for production of higher titres of thermostable enzyme with two peaks achieved by optimizing the pH (Ramesh & Lonsane, 1989).
Pleasanton, CA) has patented a composition comprising a first modified thermostable enzyme exhibiting 3'exonuclease activity but essentially no DNA polymerase activity and a second modified thermostable enzyme exhibiting DNA polymerase activity, whereas the fidelity of an amplification process is enhanced by the use of the composition in an amplification process in comparison to the use of the single second enzyme in an amplification process and, whereas said first and said second modified thermostable enzyme is reversibly modified by an inhibiting agent which results in essentially complete inactivation of enzyme activity, wherein incubation of said first and said second modified thermostable enzyme in an aqueous buffer at alkaline pH at a temperature less than 25.
Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (New Delhi, India) has patented a process for the preparation of thermostable enzyme glucose oxidase of high Transition temperature (T.
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MTP Taq DNA Polymerase is a recombinant thermostable enzyme from Thermus aquaticus expressed in E.
We are pleased about this agreement with Amersham, which allows us to license Roche's thermostable enzyme technology for DNA sequencing while supporting the expansion of Perkin-Elmer's licensing program," said Dr.
Taq DNA Polymerase is a thermostable enzyme used in numerous scientific applications, including the Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR), for which Hoffmann-La Roche holds a second patent also acquired in the Cetus Corp.
The innovative aspect rely upon the use of thermostable enzymes customized by in vitro molecular evolution to the actual needs.
Other topics include the hydrolysis of agricultural waste by thermostable enzymes, life cycle studies of bioethanol, the relation between methanol content and flash point, and public policy issues as discussed in a March 2000 Congressional research report.
The main industrial thermostable enzymes used in starch degradation ([alpha]- and [beta]-amylases, glucoamylases and pullulanases) are either of fungal or bacterial origin.