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    Definition:  Heat Stable Enzyme - An enzyme, often a hydrolase, whose optimum temperature lies between 60 and 80 degrees Celsius. It generally has a compact structure, stabilized by many disulfide bonds and/or extensive hydrophobic regions. Heat stable enzymes are used in the preparation of biological washing powders, and in the food industry.

Synonyms:  thermostable enzyme

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Expert in Enzyme/Protein/Antibody Stabilization, Biosensor Development & Shelf-life, DNA Stability & Testing
He has to deal with evaluating new business ideas on a daily basis either via his new business or via his enzyme business. A number of new stabilization systems have been incorporated into new product lines as a result of his entrepreneurship, as well as ... See full profile

Monmouthshire, United Kingdom

Expert in Protein Chemistry & Regulation, Proteomics, Protein Mass Spectrometry, Proteases, Enzymology
Since 1990, Expert and his colleagues have analyzed proteins by electrospray or MALDI mass spectrometry to detect posttranslational modifications such as phosphorylation and fatty acylation. He has also been using it to detect genetic ... See full profile

Washington (WA), USA


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