Catalytic

  • (adj): Relating to or causing or involving catalysis.
    Example: "Catalytic reactions"

Some articles on catalytic:

Pellistor - Types - Catalytic
... The catalytic pellistor as used in the catalytic bead sensor works by burning the target gas the heat generated producing a change in the resistance ...
Nanomaterial-based Catalyst
... catalysts broken up into metal nanoparticles in order to speed up the catalytic process ... Metal nanoparticles have a higher surface area so there is increased catalytic activity because more catalytic reactions can occur at the same time ... separated and recycled with more retention of catalytic activity than their bulk counterparts ...
APOBEC
... APOBEC ("apolipoprotein B mRNA editing enzyme, catalytic polypeptide-like") is a family of evolutionary conserved proteins A mechanism of generating protein diversity is mRNA ... The N-terminal domain of APOBEC like proteins is the catalytic domain, while the C-terminal domain is a pseudocatalyitc domain ... More specifically, the catalytic domain is a zinc dependent cytidine deaminase domain and is essential for cytidine deamination ...
Abiogenesis - Current Models - Origin of Organic Molecules - Hoffmann's Contributions
... life involving both replication and metabolism emerging from catalytic noise ... Orgel ("Orgel's paradox") and calculations regarding the occurrence of a set of required catalytic activities together with the exclusion of ...
Beta-ketoacyl-(acyl-carrier-protein) Synthase III - Structure and Substrates
... The catalytic activity and substrate specificity of mtFabH has been measured then further probed using crystallographic and directed mutagenesis methods ... and malonyl-ACP substrates and a conserved catalytic triad (C122, H258, N289 in mtFabH), mtFabH contains residues along the acyl-CoA binding channel that preferentially select for longer chain substrates peaking with ... could include competitive displacement of the substrates or disruption of the catalytic site ...