denature in English
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1. Thermal biological effects of microwave can denature the protein.
2. Rnase is rich in pancreas and small intestine and may easily denature RNA.
3. Conclusion: Rnase is rich in pancreas and small intestine and may easily denature RNA.
4. This results in a failure to activate pepsinogen to pepsi and so denature proteins.
5. A sample of the specimen is solubilized and treated to denature the nucleic acids therein.
6. Higher temperature and more water not only denature PPL , but also decrease stereoselectivity of PPL.
7. A detergent used to denature proteins and cover them in uniform charge before gel electrophoresis.
8. Denature: means to treat a meat product to make it unsuitable for use as food.
9. 11 This results in a failure to activate pepsinogen to pepsi and so denature proteins.
10. Adequate facilities to render or denature the inedible meat product as applicable must be provided.
11. When these stabilizing interactions are disrupted, the molecules unfold or denature AND typically lose biological activity.
12. Television, it should be remembered, can conserve and celebrate just as it can abbreviate and denature.
13. A hot blood meal should denature mosquito digestive enzymes, but other mosquito molecules protect those compounds.
14. However, acid-base hydrolysis can denature a target protein, and is thus unsuitable when purifying a protein.
15. Degradable environmental materials can be produced from straws by embracing the technology of biological bacterizaion and protein denature.
16. Similarly, many proteins will denature if the solute concentration of their solution is too high or too low.
17. The researchers hypothesize that cooking an egg may denature some of the proteins responsible for the allergic response.
18. However, globular proteins that contain multiple disulfide bonds often must be heated longer at higher temperatures to denature them.
19. A hot blood meal should denature mosquito digestive enzymes, but other mosquito molecules protect those compounds. Christopher Intagliata reports.
20. It is not to be confused with acid casein or caseinates made using manufacturing processes which can denature the protein.
21. In contrast to hemoglobin F, most hemoglobins will denature in alkaline solution and precipitate upon the addition of ammonium sulfate.
22. Moreover, the natural triple-helical domains of most collagen were kept, but a little might denature observed by the electrophoresis images.
23. A representative sample of the microbial population is obtained and treated to free nucleic acids and to denature double-stranded nucleic acids.
24. Methods The MIN in 50 cases of laryngeal cancer were detected by the methods of PCR- denature PAGE polymorphous markers BAT-26 and BAT-
25. Of course, one basis for heat processing is to denature and inactivate enzymes so that the food is not subjected to continuing enzymes activity.
26. 19 Methods The MIN in 50 cases of laryngeal cancer were detected by the methods of PCR- denature PAGE polymorphous markers BAT-26 and BAT-
27. Many enzymes work only under very precise conditions; if the pH moves outside of a narrow range, the enzymes slow or stop working and can denature.
28. Proteins perform their function at a range of their growth temperature and excessively high or low temperature will make them denature and lose their function.
29. ResultsAfter articular cartilage injury, the degeneration and denature of the cartilage occurred, and the cluster ex-pressed collagen type X (like hypertrophic chondrocyte)and apoptosis appeared.
30. In certain methods, the lysate is heated for a time and at a temperature sufficient to denature proteins present in the lysate and cause their aggregation and precipitation.
31. The object of the invention is to denature hemoglobin in a sample solution rapidly and reliably, and to achieve the rapid and precise measurement of hemoglobin and a hemoglobin derivative.
32. WHEREAS COMMUNITY PROVISIONS PROHIBIT , TO A LARGE EXTENT , THE COLOURATION OF FEEDINGSTUFFS ; WHEREAS IN ANY CASE COLOURING AGENTS TOLERATED IN FEEDINGSTUFFS DUE TO THE NECESSITY TO DENATURE CERTAIN BASIC COMPONENTS SHOULD NOT HAVE AN UNFAVOURABLE EFFECT ON THE ANIMAL PRODUCTS RESULTING THEREFROM ;