Enzyme [noun]

Definition of Enzyme:

something which incites activity

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Sentence/Example of Enzyme:

A good spray combines enzymes and ingredients that are safe for humans to tackle any unexpected excrement.

The end result is a high-quality and flavorful juice packed with all the enzymes, antioxidants, and vitamins of the original ingredients.

Unlike most biotech drugs, RNA is not made in fermenters or living cells—it’s produced inside plastic bags of chemicals and enzymes.

After some time teaching, she turned her research —developing the use of radioactive isotopes for precise measurements of biological chemicals in the body — from hormones and enzymes to vitamins and viruses.

Scientists then set about breeding wheat that was lower in these enzymes.

Carbios is testing enzymes produced by microorganisms to break down PET.

What’s more, research has shown the plant also interacts with other drugs, inducing certain enzymes in the stomach that make medications leave the body quicker.

Concentrates are extracted from plants or animal products using enzymes and high heat.

Doudna and others have created RNA-guided enzymes that can directly detect SARS-CoV-2 and eventually could be used to destroy it.

Finally, the team tinkered with an enzyme that RNA viruses, including poliovirus, use to help replicate themselves.