Again, they used partial acid hydrolysis of the whole chain and then protease digestion to give larger blocks.
When hydrolysis occurs, we will write a chemical equation to describe it, and new species will be formed in solution.
Another preparation method involves acid hydrolysis of methyl formate.
On ageing, textiles are usually damaged by oxidation or acid-catalysed hydrolysis .
Digestion breaks down chemical bonds in a process called enzymatic hydrolysis .
Results showed that increasing the pectolyase concentration in the hydrolytic solutions led to an increase of the digestibility of elicited cell walls.
Protein phosphatases comprise a broad group of enzymes that catalyse the hydrolytic cleavage of phosphate from proteins.
This investigation was pursued on barley grains, a model with a large physiological and molecular background dealing with the mobilization of hydrolytic enzymes during germination.
They form acidic, hydrolytic compartments and also store a range of ions and metabolites and, in some tissues, proteins and other macromolecules.
Proteases are a class of hydrolytic enzymes mediating irreversible disruption of protein amide bonds.