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a chemical reaction in which water reacts with a compound to produce other compounds

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The team envisions the prospect of further explorations in this regard, by identifying these missing intermediaries to clarify how ATP hydrolytic events and nucleotide exchange are coordinated with each other, and allosterically linked to substrate translocation.
This study proposes novel PET films possessing extremely enhanced hydrolytic stability due to combination of three processes--poly-condensation process leading to considerably high molecular weights, a sophisticated extrusion technique, and improved mechanical stretching process using temperature control programs.
The specific activity of the lipase was calculated by estimating the ratio of hydrolytic activity to the amount of protein.
Purpose: To assess hydrolytic activity and biotypes of Candida strains isolated from samples collected from the surfaces of mobile phones and the hands of their owners.
and Bergman M., Hydrolytic degradation of dental composites.
Keywords Poly(ether ester) polyols, [epsilon]-Caprolactone, Degradable polyurethane, Hydrolytic degradation, Marine antifouling
According to the company, ELELYSO (taliglucerase alfa) for injection is a hydrolytic lysosomal glucocerebroside-specific enzyme indicated for long-term enzyme replacement therapy (ERT) for adults with a confirmed diagnosis of Type 1 Gaucher disease.
Using it with polyester polyols helps polyurethane manufacturers create polymers with exceptional solvent resistance, hydrolytic stability, optical clarity, and toughness that will benefit a variety of markets.
Activity of hydrolytic enzymes is essential for virulence of C.
Enzymatic dehalogenation involves the removal of chlorine atoms from aromatic rings by either hydrolytic, reductive, or oxygen dependent dehalogenation [9].
Offered in a wide range of hardnesses, from 70 durometer A to 45 durometer D, the Zythane 7000 Series TPUs are said to offer excellent transparency when extruded natural, have excellent low temperature flexibility, provide outstanding hydrolytic stability, exhibit excellent microbial resistance, offer excellent tear strength and possess highly impressive resistance to weak bases and acids, according to the company.
Its efficacy lies in the specific nature of its bonds, which inhibit the hydrolytic action of the gastro-intestinal enzymes, thus allowing it to reach the intestines where it is fermented by endogenous intestinal flora.
They provide thermal and oxidation stability, high viscosity index, high flash point, low pour point, and hydrolytic stability while protecting against rust, oxidation and foaming.
The hydrolytic efficiencies of PON1 with many substrates are strongly modulated by a single nucleotide polymorphism in the PONI gene at position 192, where coding for the amino acid glutamine produces the Q isoenzyme and that for arginine produces the R isoenzyme (10).