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Optimum Temperature of Liver Catalase

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    Hey there, I can't seem to find out the optimum temperature (range) for liver Catalase, from a pig's liver.

    After hefty googling, there didn't seem to be a conclusive answer and the articles I saw pretty much disagreed with each other.

    Can anyone help?

    Many thanks.
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    Not the mosthelpful source i know, but it does give a possible range:
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    (Original post by Oladz)
    Not the mosthelpful source i know, but it does give a possible range:
    I just put 40C - 50C in the end.

    That website has actually helped me word the pH section a lot better, thank you for finding it.
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    More a biology question, no? ~40*C.
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    (Original post by Revd. Mike)
    More a biology question, no? ~40*C.
    It's for Chemistry coursework, however I did do this for Biology coursework.
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    Fair enough
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    i Would say approx the body temperature of a pig


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