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Offline miss_maple

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Why aren't enzymes digested?
« on: 14/12/2008 14:51:29 »
enzymes are made of proteins then why arent they being digested ??
and where do the denatured enzymes go ? 8)
thanks ???

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Mod edit - formatted subject as a question, please do this to help keep the forum tidy and easy to navigate - thanks
« Last Edit: 16/12/2008 11:24:23 by BenV »


 

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Re: Why aren't enzymes digested?
« Reply #1 on: 14/12/2008 16:55:50 »
Everything that the genetic code produces is a protein. Some codons are 'stop' or 'start' and the like but the products are proteins - they are not only found in meat pies. ;)
 

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Re: Why aren't enzymes digested?
« Reply #2 on: 16/12/2008 11:02:38 »
haha. i get it ! thank you =)
 

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