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Enzyme inactivation

Enzyme inactivation
The disappearance of an enzymes activity during in vitro conditions, such as during a lab preparation of the enzyme, where the enzyme is exposed to conditions not normally found within its environment inside a living cell (like different ph, excess or too little salt, temperature changes, etc.)


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