Why Does High Temperature Inactivate Enzymes?

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Why Does High Temperature Inactivate Enzymes?

An enzyme is an active protein. Therefore, those factors influence protein activity have the same effect on enzymes. The activity which enzyme acts upon substrate is influenced by temperature, pH value, enzyme liquid concentration, substrate concentration, enzyme activator or inhibitor, etc. Protein denaturation results from structural changes at high temperature. After denaturation, the enzyme will not be able to specifically identify and bind to the enzyme cleavage site and lose its activity. We offer quality kinds of enzyme like enzymatic degumming of ramie fibercellulase enzyme powder etc.

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