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CD Genomics Perspective: Introduction to Virus Identification Using RNA Sequenci
RNA sequencing (RNA-Seq) is a high-throughput RNA profiling technique that uses next-generation sequencing (NGS) platforms, and offers accurate abundance estimations over a wide dynamic range. Both high and low expression levels in individual viral RNA se

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Broad Application Areas of Cellulase Release Strong Market Demand
Cellulase (β-1,4-glucan-4-glucanohydrolase) is a general term for a group of enzymes that degrade cellulose to produce glucose. Cellulase is a kind of complex enzyme, including C1 enzyme, CX enzyme and glucosidase and other components.

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An RNA Polymerase Uncovers New Information About the Origins of Life on Earth
How does life appear on earth? This has always been an unsolved mystery. According to the Physicists Organization Network, Canadian researchers published a report in the latest issue of Science that an RNA polymerase played an important role in the birth

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Probiotics Have Many Benefits for the Human Body
Probiotics are active microorganisms that are beneficial to the human body. They promote nutrient absorption and maintain the health of the intestinal tract by regulating the balance of the intestinal flora.

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Learn the Properties and Applications of Chymotrypsin
Chymotrypsin is a typical serine protease. As an endopeptidase that catalyzes the hydrolysis of protein peptide bonds, its realization form is mainly for the cleavage of the peptide bond formed by the carboxyl end of the aromatic amino acid-tryptophan, ph

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Learn the General Information of Restriction Endonucleases
The first restriction enzymes discovered include EcoR I and EcoR II from Escherichia coli, and Hind II and Hind III from Heamophilus influenzae. These enzymes can cut DNA at specific sites to produce gene fragments that can be ligated in vitro. Researcher

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Introduction to Glucosidase
Glucosidase is a large class of enzymes in glycoside hydrolase (EC 3.2.1). It is named because it can hydrolyze the glucoside bond and release a molecule of glucose.

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Enzyme Therapy and Cancer
Two groups of experiments were conducted at the Michael Rees Hospital in Chicago. The experimental group is 21 to 31 years old, and the control group is 69 to 100 years old. Researchers found that the salivary amylase of young people is more than 30 times

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The Function and Application of the Magic Superoxide Dismutase
Enzyme is a kind of biocatalyst produced by living cells in the organism, among which antioxidant enzymes can slow down the rate of oxidation. Antioxidant enzymes are the collective names of superoxide dismutase (SOD), thioredoxin peroxidase (TPx), glutat

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Microbial Enzyme Preparations Have a Bright Future in the Food Industry
As an efficient biocatalyst, enzyme preparations are widely used in the production of food additives. In the 1940s, the microbial enzyme preparation industry became the main source of enzyme preparations due to its wide variety, fast growth, easy processi

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