Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of denature.

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Examples

  • When heated in a process called "denaturing," the protein molecules change shape.

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  • The whey protein MUST be bioactive and made from non-denatured proteins ( "denaturing" refers to the breakdown of the normal protein structure).

    Mark Hyman, MD: Glutathione: The Mother of All Antioxidants

  • The whey protein MUST be bioactive and made from non-denatured proteins ( "denaturing" refers to the breakdown of the normal protein structure).

    Glutathione: The Mother of All Antioxidants

  • The U.S. government started requiring this "denaturing" process in 1906 for manufacturers who wanted to avoid the taxes levied on potable spirits.

    Born Again Redneck

  • The U.S. government started requiring this "denaturing" process in 1906 for manufacturers who wanted to avoid the taxes levied on potable spirits.

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  • The U.S. government started requiring this "denaturing" process in 1906 for manufacturers who wanted to avoid the taxes levied on potable spirits.

    WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

  • The scientists then altered the protein's environment by adding a little "denaturing" chemical, which helps destabilize the protein structure.

    Science Blog - Science news straight from the source

  • Their prisons, mass graves, scorched earth policy; their denaturing of Syrian society into a place of suspicion and fear; and their ugly creation of a North Korea without the bomb?

    Can Syrians dare to hope? | Rana Kabbani

  • Still others thought it was caused by protein denaturing, the process of the long chain molecules breaking apart for more about these processes see my article on meat science.

    Physicist Cracks BBQ Mystery

  • • Coconut oil and grapeseed oil -- These are pure natural oils that can be heated to high temperatures without denaturing their precious fats.

    Marni Wasserman: Holiday Baking at its Best!

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