[ US /ˈkætəˌɫaɪz/ ]
- change by catalysis or cause to catalyze
How To Use catalyze In A Sentence
- Allozymes are catalytic RNA- or DNA-based molecules whose ability to catalyze a reaction is modulated by their interaction with an effector molecule.
- Donnelly's PNAC report -- a blueprint followed faithfully by the Bush Administration -- openly yearned for a "new Pearl Harbor" that would "catalyze" the American people into adopting PNAC's global militarist agenda wholesale. Undefined
- Similarly, in ketosteroid isomerase, Asp99 may catalyze proton transfers in the Asp38Ala variant [ PLoS Biology: New Articles
- Therefore a ring opening step will be the first step catalyzed by isomerases for any pentose or hexose substrate. Irwin Rose - Autobiography
- Once each clump grew to about 500 metal atoms, the platinum catalyzed its own growth and formed large, branching sheets that spread over the surface of the liposomes.
- This event catalyzed a year-long quest to develop an observer/participant art form reflecting the integration of time (particle) and space (wave) into the living breathing presence of a new archetype, the "wavicle" reflecting Tambellini's space/time experiments in art & physics at MIT, anticipating the hyperdimensional model based on the torsion effect of the rotation of the planets and their satellites arising from behind the Iron Curtain. Lisa Paul Streitfeld: (R)evolution in Art & Physics: The All-Round Genius of Aldo Tambellini
- As a key marginal producer of both oil and natural gas, Russia is now in an enviable position to catalyse this development.
- Asteroid-sourced raw materials will enable and catalyze the development of an Earth-Moon space economy and humankind's expansion into the solar system.
- Another objective of the Consortium is to catalyze the translation of new discoveries in cell migration to the development of novel therapeutic drugs and treatments.
- Modern technology catalyzed tremendous economic growth in China.