Denaturing Enzymes

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- An enzyme that is denatured is one that is no longer functions correctly or one that has ceased to function entirey.

- An enzyme becomes denatured when the tempreture exceeds the optimum tempreture for that enzyme.

- Enzymes are protein molecules, and so are made up of amino acids. Made of enzymes most of which contain between 100 and

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