activating enzyme


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activating enzyme

[′ak·tə‚vād·iŋ ′en‚zīm]
(biochemistry)
An enzyme that catalyzes a reaction involving adenosine triphosphate and a specific amino acid to give a product that subsequently reacts with a specific transfer ribonucleic acid.
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These antioxidants also may fight cancer by activating enzymes that rid the body of harmful chemicals.
The centre pioneered the effective combination of rTMS and high-dose thyroid hormone to specifically target in those sufferers who lack the activating enzymes Deiodinase 1 and Deiodinase 2.
This revolutionary how treated, not just East and Mark The centre pioneered the effective combination of rTMS and high dose thyroid hormone to specifically target in those sufferers who lack the activating enzymes Deiodinase 1 and Deiodinase 2.
"We will talk about how people put some enzymes and stem cell into effect, such as Stem Cell Activating Enzymes and PTP1B.

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