denature

(Humans as organisms) disable by changing the normal qualities or nature of something

Denature

the 'unfolding' of a protein resulting in a lessening of its biological properties. In the case of some fish toxins, denaturing with hot water can lessen painful symptoms.
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Denature

To induce structural alterations that disrupt the biological activity of a molecule. Often refers to breaking hydrogen bonds between base pairs in double-stranded nucleic acid molecules to produce in single-stranded polynucleotides or altering the secondary and tertiary structure of a protein, destroying its activity.
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denature

[v] - add nonfissionable material to (fissionable material) so as to make unsuitable for use in an atomic bomb 2. [v] - modify (as a native protein) esp. by heat, acid, alkali, or ultraviolet radiation so that all of the original properties are removed or diminished 3. [v] - make (alcohol) unfit for drinking without impairing usefuln...
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denature

denatured; denaturation. 1. A loss of chemical function, usually due to some heat or chemically-induced structural change. For example, heating a protein causes it to lose its three dimensional form and it no longer functions correctly.
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Denature

De┬Ěna'ture transitive verb [ De- + nature .] To deprive of its natural qualities; change the nature of.
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denature

To induce structural alterations that disrupt the biological activity of a molecule. Often refers to breaking hydrogen bonds between basepairsin double-stranded nucleicacid molecules to produce in single-strandedpolynucleotides or altering the secondary and tertiary structure of a protein, destroying itsactivity. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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denature

verb make (alcohol) unfit for drinking without impairing usefulness for other purposes
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Denature

• (v. t.) To deprive of its natural qualities; change the nature of.
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Denature

1. A loss of chemical function, usually due to some heat or chemically-induced structural change. Fo
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