amidohydrolase

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amidohydrolase

[ə¦mē·dō¦nī·drə‚lās]
(biochemistry)
An enzyme that catalyzes deamination.
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This toolbox is constantly expanding and includes all major classes of catalytic activities that are relevant for fine chemistry such as esterases, nitrilases, nitrile hydratases, amidases, epoxyde hydrolases, oxydo-reductases and many other ones" said Daniel Dupret, Chairman and CEO of Proteus.
The CLIPS-O(TM) technology provides a novel and versatile toolbox for the high throughput screening of a large number of enzymatic activities such as lipases, esterases, proteases, nitrilases, acylases, epoxyhydrolases, amidases, phosphatases, xylanases, alcohol dehydrogenases etc.
develop novel and proprietary amidases, which are important