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  Enzymatic Newsletter
If you have information you would like to share or if you wish to contribute an article for Enzymatic, please contact Ellis Bell.
As an integral part of the Undergraduate Affiliates Network, Enzymatic provides news about the activities of undergraduate members of the Society, editorials about issues facing education and a variety of resources, including regular features such as “JBC in the Classroom”, “Analyzing Data” and peer reviewed web resources for students and faculty.
The newsletter also provides links to regional opportunities for seminars, scientific meetings and opportunities for undergraduate students to present research.
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  Enzymatic Therapy, Enzymatic Therapy products on discount   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Enzymatic Therapy is renowned as the highest quality provider of therapeutic dosage natural medicines and nutritional supplements in the industry.
Enzymatic Therapy manufactures more than 200 natural medicines, nutritional supplements, vitamins, and herbal extracts located at headquarters in Green Bay, Wis.
Enzymatic Therapy use only the highest quality ingredients in our products, and our supplier certification process, and rigorous testing protocols insure consistent quality and potency.
www.nutrovita.com /brand.asp?vid=7   (99 words)

  
  Enzymatic browning - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Enzymatic browning is a chemical process involving polyphenol oxidase or other enzymes that create melanins, resulting in a brown color.
Enzymatic browning is an important color reaction in fruit, vegetables, and seafood.
Enzymatic browning is usually controlled with chemicals, or by destroying the responsible chemicals with heat.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Enzymatic_browning   (164 words)

  
 Bodybuilding.com - Enzymatic Therapy Company Information! Learn About Enzymatic Therapy.
Enzymatic Therapy manufactures more than 200 natural medicines, nutritional supplements, vitamins, and herbal extracts at our headquarters in Green Bay, Wis. Our product line is distributed exclusively through independent health food stores nationwide.
Enzymatic Therapy introduces Saventaro?, a clinically studied and patented cat?s claw product that enhances natural immunity and supports the acquired immune system† Saventaro is 200% more potent than cat?s claw products derived from the stem.
Enzymatic Therapy continues to be a pioneer in the movement to usher in a new era of science-based product development in the field of complementary medicines and supplements.
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 Enzymatic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
In order to make full use of enzymatic alternatives, a universally applicable peptide ligase [1] is needed which principally would display high catalytic efficiency for all possible combinations of amino acids to be coupled.
Furthermore, the universal validity of the substrate mimetic concept in enzymatic C-N ligations was recently expanded to anionic leaving groups based on the specificity determinents of the Glu-specific V8 protease [21] and hydrophobic leaving groups related to chymotrypsin.
Enzymatic peptide synthesis can be achieved with commercially available proteases which are easily to handle and due to the application in catalytic amount the costs are mostly not significantly higher in comparison with highly sophisticated chemical coupling reagents.
www.sigmaaldrich.com /Brands/Fluka___Riedel_Home/Organic___Synthetic/Peptide_Synthesis/Enzymatic.html   (1510 words)

  
 Arthritis Research & Therapy | Full text | Improved cartilage integration and interfacial strength after enzymatic ...
However, in this model we confirmed [22] that the enzymatic treatment protocol enhanced the number of cells near the wound edges as compared with nontreatment, and resulted in better histological integration, as assessed by the percentage of matrix connection in the interfacial area.
In nonvascularized articular cartilage, proteolytic enzyme activity is either lacking or insufficient to degrade and remove the observed acellular band in the wounded areas, as occurs with debris and necrotic tissue in vascularized tissues.
Another possible underlying mechanism of this enzymatic treatment may be the partial degradation of extracellular matrix surrounding the wound edge chondrocytes, which frees chondrocytes from the tight extracellular matrix in which they were entrapped.
arthritis-research.com /content/6/5/R469   (4662 words)

  
 Enzymatic_G-L
Enzymatic Therapy's Horse Chestnut Extract is standardized to contain 20% to 22% triterpene glycosides calculated as escin, just like the extracts used in the European clinical studies.
Enzymatic Therapy took these herbs, combined them with modern science and developed this unique formula to safely boost male sex drive and enhance sexual performance and endurance.
Enzymatic Therapy took these herbs, combined them with modern science and developed this unique formula to safely enhance female sex drive and promote sexual arousal and satisfaction.
www.mindspring.com /~teranz/natureschoicetn/Enzymatic_G-L.html   (2998 words)

  
 Reference Data Sheet For Chemical And Enzymatic Drain Cleaners   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Chemical and enzymatic drain cleaners have the appeal of being potentially easy to use, quick in their degradation of the blockage, and often are less expensive than mechanical drain cleaning equipment.
Enzymatic drain cleaners utilize biological/enzymatic forms of chemical reactions to "metabolize" materials in the blockage and therefore clear the blockage.
Enzymatic drain cleaners tend to have a short shelf-life which may be attributed to enzymatic interaction aggravated by exposure to heat (as in shipment/transportation of the product).
www.meridianeng.com /draincle.html   (2243 words)

  
 Cy Lee | Enzymatic Browning
Our concerted efforts have been to understand the basic biochemistry involved in enzymatic browning reactions among various fruits and vegetables and to find practical means to prevent the browning reactions in fresh and processed products.
Enzymatic browning in relation to phenolic compounds and polypheoloxidase activity among various peach cultivars.
Effect of carotene on enzymatic browning of chlorogenic acid and tyrosine.
www.nysaes.cornell.edu /fst/faculty/lee/browning.html   (884 words)

  
 Aqueous Enzymatic Extraction of Oil from Rapeseeds   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Thus, when opened by enzymatic degradation, down-stream processing makes fractionation of the components possible to a degree which cannot be reached when using the conventional technique like pressing and hexane extraction.
The quality of the enzymatic extracted rape meal is such that it can be used as substitute for soy bean concentrate, fish meal or skim milk powder for feeding of piglets, minks and calves.
If the enzymatic extracted rape meal is compared to similar quality feed ingredients (soy bean concentrate, fish meal or skim milk powder) and not to lower quality ingredients(conventional rapeseed meal) the costs of the process can be covered.
www.emcentre.com /unepweb/tec_case/food_15/process/p16.htm   (1764 words)

  
 ENZYMATIC THERAPY
Enzymatic Therapy, Inc. is renowned as the highest quality provider of therapeutic dosage natural medicines and nutritional supplements in the industry.
The Enzymatic Therapy headquarters in Green Bay, Wisconsin is home to their research and development community, including Ph.D.s with backgrounds in Immunology, Food Science, Nutrition, and Biology.
Enzymatic Therapy uses only the highest quality ingredients in their products, and their supplier certification process, and rigorous testing protocols insure consistent quality and potency.
healthydaysonline.com /enther.html   (267 words)

  
 FDA Report on Enzymatic Therapy
The injunction against Enzymatic Therapy, Inc., entered Nov. 5, 1992, followed a six-year FDA investigation prompted by reports to the agency of serious injuries and a death following use of so-called "nutritional supplements" manufactured by the firm.
Enzymatic Therapy signed the consent decree without admitting to any violations of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act.
Lemerond's attorney responded with a letter claiming that Enzymatic Therapy rigorously screened and monitored all labeling to ensure its products were not misbranded and denied the firm made therapeutic claims in its labeling.
www.quackwatch.org /02ConsumerProtection/enzymaticfdac.html   (1039 words)

  
 Enzyme - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In 1913, Leonor Michaelis and Maud Menten proposed a quantitative theory of enzyme kinetics which is still widely used today (usually referred to as Michaelis-Menten kinetics).
The enzymatic reactions will stop sooner or later and are not affected by an increase in substrate concentration.
Like other homeostatic devices, the control of enzymatic action helps to maintain a stable internal environment in living organisms.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Enzyme   (3523 words)

  
 Post Harvest Newsletter   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The simplest alternative to the enzymatic method is the alkaline picrate assay, which can only be used to test cassava roots and leaves for their cyanogenic potential.
While it is generally recognized that the enzymatic method is more accurate, this study aimed to compare the two methods in terms of speed, cost, accuracy, and suitability, and to provide researchers with a simple guide to the costs and benefits of both techniques.
However, before purchasing a full set of enzymatic equipment, samples may be referred to another laboratory for selective testing and examination, thus saving funds for other areas of postharvest research.
www.iita.org /info/ph/mar975.htm   (1310 words)

  
 Health and Nutrition: Enzymatic Therapy
At Enzymatic Therapy, we've embraced a pharmaceutical-minded commitment to quality that enables us to produce reliable natural medicines and dietary supplements backed by solid research.
Enzymatic Therapy’s Calcium gives you more calcium and vitamin D than drinking 3 glasses of whole milk, without the fat and calories.
Enzymatic Therapy’s Calcium gives you more calcium and vitamin D than drinking 3 glasses of whole milk, without the...
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 Enzymatic Therapy - Nutritional Supplements at Enzymatic Therapy Store
Enzymatic Therapy, Cell Forte with IP-6 (240 Tabs)
Enzymatic Therapy, Cell Forte with IP-6 (120 Tabs)
Enzymatic Therapy, Cell Forte with IP-6 (14.6 Fl Oz)
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 Data sets for multi-way data analysis
A major contributor to undesirable browning effects in fruit and vegetables is the enzymatic browning caused by PPO, polyphenol oxidase (Martinez and Whitaker 1995).
Enzymatic browning can henceforth be expressed by the dioxygen consumption of PPO, as this is directly related to the activity of PPO.
To avoid enzymatic browning of fruits and vegetables it is important to store them under conditions that suppress the enzymatic activity.
www.models.kvl.dk /research/data/Enzymatic/index.asp   (243 words)

  
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Enzymatic activity between small and big bud: The POD enzymatic activity of small bud was similar to big one, being 173.54 and 173.37 μμ mol / g FWMin respectively.
The enzymatic activity of CAT in small bud was stronger than that in big one, being 36.46 and 19.97 mg / g FWMin respectively, and the differences existed in all materials and reached 0.01 significant level.
These results indicated that the POD enzymatic activity of all three types of male sterility was stability and the CAT decreased significantly as the bud development.
www.regional.org.au /au/gcirc/4/577.htm   (2061 words)

  
 Biomass Program: Enzymatic Hydrolysis
The first application of enzymes to wood hydrolysis in an ethanol process was to simply replace the cellulose acid hydrolysis step with a cellulase enzyme hydrolysis step.
An important process modification made for the enzymatic hydrolysis of biomass was the introduction of simultaneous saccharification and fermentation (SSF), which has recently been improved to include the cofermentation of multiple sugar substrates.
The enzymatic hydrolysis process will be used in Iogen/Petro Canada's Ottawa, Canada project and is being explored for BCI's Gridely project.
www.eere.energy.gov /biomass/enzymatic_hydrolysis.html   (214 words)

  
 PRESS RELEASE Enzymatic Therapy Launches Complete, Gentle, All-Natural Detox System   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
With Enzymatic Therapy's Simple Cleanse there is no depletion of vital vitamins, minerals, and enzymes that can leave users feeling drained and fatigued.
Enzymatic Therapy, Inc., headquartered in Green Bay, Wis., manufactures and distributes more than 200 natural medicines, nutritional supplements, vitamins and herbal extracts sold at Whole Foods Markets, Wild Oats Markets and health and natural food stores nationwide.
All of Enzymatic Therapy's extensively researched products are lab tested for purity, potency, and bioavailability.
www.marketwire.com /mw/release_html_b1?release_id=59518   (542 words)

  
 Enzymatic Therapy Launches Vegetarian Capsules :: Natural and Nutritional Products Industry Center :: News
These vegetable-based capsules are being introduced in response to growing public concerns over BSE (mad cow disease) and increased demand for vegetarian capsules.
Enzymatic Therapy seized the opportunity to be first to the US market with this all-vegetable UltraCaps technology.
Enzymatic Therapy products are available natural food retailers nationwide.
www.npicenter.com /anm/anmviewer.asp?a=11472&z=22   (184 words)

  
 Enzymatic treatment
Enzymatic systems fall between the two traditional categories of chemical and biological processes, since they involve chemical reactions based on the action of biological catalysts.
Enzymes that have been isolated from their parent organisms are often preferred over intact organisms containing the enzyme because the isolated enzymes act with greater specificity, their activity can be better standardized, they are easier to handle and store, and enzyme concentration is not dependent on bacterial growth rates.
Due to the susceptibility of enzymes to inactivation by the presence of other chemicals, it is likely that enzymatic treatment will be most effective in those streams that have the highest concentration of the target contaminant and the lowest concentration of other contaminants that may tend to interfere with enzymatic treatment.
www.mcgill.ca /civil/faculty/nicell/enzymatic   (816 words)

  
 AllRefer.com - enzyme : Enzymatic Action (Biochemistry) - Encyclopedia
That means that one molecule of the enzyme can cause a million molecules of carbon dioxide to react in one second.
Most enzymatic reactions occur within a relatively narrow temperature range (usually from about 30°C to 40°C), a feature that reflects their complexity as biological molecules.
An enzyme that has been so altered is said to be denatured (see denaturation).
reference.allrefer.com /encyclopedia/E/enzyme-enzymatic-action.html   (543 words)

  
 Microbial Cell Factories | Full text | Inactive enzymatic mutant proteins (phosphoglycerate mutase and enolase) as ...
Inactive enzymatic mutant proteins (phosphoglycerate mutase and enolase) as sugar binders for ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate regeneration reactors
The four reactors harboring enzymatic complexes/mixtures [2] replace the current 11 reactors for conversion of 3PGA into RuBP [8,9] and are termed as enzyme-complex reactors (Figure 1).
We report determination of the enzymatic activity, sugar binding capacity, specificity in binding for different sugar and their metabolites and reversibility in binding with respect to changes in physicochemical factors and stability on repeatedly subjecting to these changes using purified proteins.
www.microbialcellfactories.com /content/4/1/5   (3536 words)

  
 Amazon.com: enzymatic - Health & Personal Care: Health & Personal Care   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Enzymatic Therapy - Acidophilus Pearls, 90 pearle capsules
Enzymatic Therapy - Dgl (Fructose Free), 100 chewable tablets
Enzymatic Therapy - Fiber Fusion Incrediberry Powdered Drink Mix - 6.4 Oz.
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 Enzymatic Therapy at Total Health Discount Vitamins
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 Enzymatic Therapy Earns Organic Certification :: Natural and Nutritional Products Industry Center :: News
Enzymatic Therapy is now one of the few manufacturers in the industry to be a FDA registered drug establishment with the respected, organic processor certification.
For over 20 years Enzymatic Therapy has shown consumers "What Better Feels Like." With consumer safety and product effectiveness its main goals, the company consistently utilizes clinical studies and extensive testing to develop nutritional supplements and natural medicines.
To learn more about Enzymatic Therapy's organic processor certification from the American Food Safety Institute or OrganiCran, please contact Enzymatic Therapy at 920-469-1313, ext.
www.npicenter.com /anm/anmviewer.asp?a=11890&z=2   (272 words)

  
 Welcome to R-Biopharm AG homepage   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Determination of nitrate and/or nitrite content, spectrometric determination of nitrate and nitrite content of meat products after enzymatic reduction of nitrate to nitrite.
Enzymatic determination of nitrate content of vegetable-containing food for babies and infants.
Enzymatic determination of D- and L-lactic acid (lactate) content.
www.r-biopharm.com /enzymatic/international_methods.php   (832 words)

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