biocatalyst

Biocatalyst - What does it mean?

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Biocatalyst vs Microcarrier - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between biocatalyst and microcarrier

is that biocatalyst is (biochemistry) a biochemical catalyst; normally an enzyme while microcarrier is (biology) small, beadlike material used to immobilize biocatalysts, or to anchor growing cells.

Enzyme vs Biocatalyst - What's the difference?

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In context|biochemistry|lang=en terms the difference between enzyme and biocatalyst

is that enzyme is (biochemistry) a globular protein that catalyses a biological chemical reaction while biocatalyst is (biochemistry) a biochemical catalyst; normally an enzyme.

As nouns the difference between enzyme and biocatalyst

is that enzyme is (biochemistry) a globular protein that catalyses a biological chemical reaction while biocatalyst is (biochemistry) a biochemical catalyst; normally an enzyme.

Catalyst vs Biocatalyst - What's the difference?

catalyst | biocatalyst |


As nouns the difference between catalyst and biocatalyst

is that catalyst is (chemistry) a substance that increases the rate of a chemical reaction without being consumed in the process while biocatalyst is (biochemistry) a biochemical catalyst; normally an enzyme.

Biochemical vs Biocatalyst - What's the difference?

biochemical | biocatalyst |


As nouns the difference between biochemical and biocatalyst

is that biochemical is a chemical substance derived from a biological source while biocatalyst is (biochemistry) a biochemical catalyst; normally an enzyme.

As an adjective biochemical

is of, or relating to biochemistry.