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  • adj. Not catalyzed; that does not use or require a catalyst


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  • Finally I got fed up with this and pointed out that without a catalytic influence on biochemical reaction x the uncatalyzed version would consume more time than the life expectancy of the organism.

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  • In vitro evolution of the population of new ribozymes led to improvement of the average ligation activity and the emergence of ribozymes with reaction rates 7 million times faster than the uncatalyzed reaction rate.

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  • It was initially an uncatalyzed, unrecognizable group of citizens who were shocked that Bush approved TARP.

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  • The same products will be formed as for the uncatalyzed reaction.

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  • Most enzyme reaction rates are millions of times faster than those of comparable uncatalyzed reactions.



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