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Enzymatic browning
Enzymatic browning Enzymatic browning is a chemical process involving polyphenol ... create melanins, resulting in a brown color. Enzymatic browning is an important color reaction in fruit, vegetables, and seafood. Enzymatic browning of fruits and vegetables creates heavy ... losses for growers. There is also non-enzymatic browning, which typically involves sugar. Enzymatic ...
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Enzymatic Braeunung   (translated from German)
Enzymatic Braeunung Those enzymatic Braeunung runs in very many Food off ...
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Non-enzymatic browning
Non-enzymatic browning Non-enzymatic browning is a chemical process that produces ... chemicals are responsible for the brown color. Enzymatic browning likewise produces melanins, but through the ... enzymes. The two main forms of non-enzymatic browning are caramelization and the Maillard reaction ...
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CPK enzymatic therapy (Memory-alpha.org/en wiki)
CPK enzymatic therapy CPK enzymatic therapy is a medical treatment used to ... as Klingons. Dr. Beverly Crusher tried CPK enzymatic therapy on Lieutenant Worf following his spinal ...
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... the same as it treats other, non-enzymatic proteins. They are digested and the smaller ... Stupid point, but in the discussion of enzymatic inhibitors, the example of carbon monoxide binding ... makes the top ten list of important enzymatic processes. Some more talk about metabolism would ... mean a molecule, as you note, with "enzymatic" capability, i.e. a molecule that has ... following reference. It is defintely pertinent to enzymatic reactions. David D. (Talk) 16:10, ...
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Cellulosic ethanol
... enzyme in the production cellulosic ethanol by enzymatic hydrolysis. BRI Energy, LLC is a company ... a chemical reaction using acids, or an enzymatic reaction. Chemical hydrolysis In the traditional methods ... such as Arkenol or BC International Corporation. Enzymatic Hydrolysis Cellulose chains can be broken into ... at various stages of the conversion. The enzymatic hydrolysis process depends on a steady supply ... producer of enzymes. They are promoting an enzymatic hydrolysis process that uses "specially engineered ...
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ELISA   (translated from Spanish)
... methods from amplification of the signal (luminescent, enzymatic cascades...) that has allowed to elevate the ... competition of the antigen. Revealed of the enzymatic reaction. After a washing to eliminate all ... molecules fixed to form of inmunocomplejos the enzymatic substrate in solution is not added. It ... a secondary one marked and a same enzymatic system allows to quantify a great amount ... of signal that the second antibody allows. Enzymatic markers more commonly used In the ...
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Enzyme   (translated from German)
... comes to a material conversion. Theoretically an enzymatic conversion is reversible, D. h. the products ... of the catalysis Energy diagram of an enzymatic reaction: The activation energy (free activation enthalpy ... each other. Latter mechanistical peculiarities of an enzymatic reaction are the basis that Effect specificity ... the substrates. Catalytic strategies Although those Mechanisms enzymatic reactions in the detail are multiform, usually ... with the laws, those the course of enzymatic reactions describe. A central size here ...
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Disease of Fabry   (translated from French)
... disease lysosomale genetics resulting from a deficit enzymatic alpha-galactosidase with accumulation of globotriaosylcéramide in ... form occurs at a boy when the enzymatic activity is lower than 1%. The first ... of the men. The men with an enzymatic activity higher than 1% have cardiac or ... the diagnosis is the measurement of the enzymatic activity of alpha-galactosidase in plasma , in ... women carrying change by measurement of the enzymatic activity of alpha-galactosidase is not ...
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Glycogénogénèse   (translated from French)
... held in fact in five stages: 1. Enzymatic action of glucokinase : glucose? glucose-6-phosphate 2. Enzymatic action of phosphoglucomutase who produces also UTP ... 6-phosphate? glucose-1-phosphate + UTP 3. Enzymatic action of UDP-GLUCOSE-PYROPHOSPHORYLASE (UDP = uridine ... 1-phosphate + UTP? UDP-GLUCOSE + pyrophosphate 4. Enzymatic action of glycogen-synthase (or synthétase) : UDP ... GLUCOSE + glycogen N ? glycogen n+1 5. Enzymatic action of the glycosyl-4,6- ...
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