nonenzymatic

nonenzymatic

(ˌnɒnˌɛnzaɪˈmætɪk)
adj
relating to a process not produced by enzymes
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Adj.1.nonenzymatic - not relating to or produced by enzymes; "nonenzymatic systems"
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Protective antioxidant mechanisms include enzymatic and nonenzymatic defenses that either scavenger or detoxify ROS.
Advanced glycation end products (AGE) are nonenzymatic additions of glucose or other saccharides to proteins, lipids and nucleotides (1,2).
Nonenzymatic glycation of proteins: a cause for complications in diabetes.
Cisatracurium was chosen because of its nonenzymatic degradation (Hofmann) to nonactive metabolic product and successful applications in myasthenic patients undergoing thymectomy (Baraka et ah, 1999, 2000).
A third minor and nonenzymatic pathway that works to reduce methemoglobin involves reduced glutathione, ascorbic acid, and cysteine.
In addition, semen contains a variety of nonenzymatic antioxidant molecules such as vitamin C, vitamin E, pyruvate, glutathione, and carnitine (14).
Changes in nonenzymatic glycation and its association with altered mechanical properties following 1-year treatment with risedronate or alendronate.
In this study, in-vitro nonenzymatic degradation test showed that the rate of weight loss of crosslinked tissues were significantly (P<0.
Review of nonenzymatic browning and antioxidant capacity in processed foods.
COPs (damaged cholesterol) occur from nonenzymatic conversion (via reactive pro-oxidants such as metals) or enzymatic catalysis as well as heating.