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thermostability

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The character of being thermostable; the stability of a substance subjected to a change in temperature.

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  • noun uncountable The condition of being thermostable
  • noun countable The extent to which something is thermostable

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Examples

  • By analyzing the enzymes encoded by a small subset of those sequences, the Caltech and DNA2. 0 researchers were able to predict which of the more than 6,000 possible new enzymes would be the most stable, especially under higher temperatures (a characteristic called thermostability).

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  • Thermotoga maritima: molecular features of thermostability.

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  • Ciba has just introduced a UV absorber for powder coatings designed to offer "an ideal melting point, high photo-permanence and excellent thermostability."

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  • An important aspect of protein design is the ability to predict changes in protein thermostability arising from single - or multi-site mutations.

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  • The performance of Prethermut indicates that it is a useful tool for predicting changes in protein thermostability brought about by single - or multi-site mutations and will be valuable in the rational design of proteins.

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  • Thermotoga maritima: molecular features of thermostability.

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  • Protein thermostability is reflected in the change in free energy (DeltaDeltaG) of thermal denaturation.

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  • Thermotoga maritima: molecular features of thermostability.

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  • We have developed predictive software, Prethermut, based on machine learning methods, to predict the effect of single - or multi-site mutations on protein thermostability.

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  • They exhibit important technological properties, e.g. thermostability and retaining of activity at a wide pH range, which along with the bactericidal action against Gram-positive food spoilage and pathogenic bacteria, make them an important class of biopreservatives.

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