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With tinkering, syrup scientists at Japan’s Hayashibara chemistry company finally figured out a novel enzymatic method to make it on the cheap from starch.
Some research efforts are focusing on enzymatic debridement techniques that help eradicate dead or necrotic tissue more rapidly and maybe – maybe – less painfully.
Magnesium is present in over 300 enzymatic reactions in the body and is known as a potent relaxation mineral.
Pet wipes, a couple of old towels, paper towels and an enzymatic cleaner will come in handy in case your pet has an accident in the car.
Because some medications use bromine, understanding the enzymatic reactions that create the toxic compounds could help drug researchers build pharmaceutical ones.
The enzymatic cleaner isn’t full of harsh chemicals, and is safe around pets and kids.
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