Abstract

Jack bean urease is a complex biochemical enzyme with the unique monomeric structure of polypeptides with an active site containing 2 nickel ions. Its pH-based characterization is spectroscopically investigated in an acidic (Hydrochloric acid) environment for understanding its limit of detection.

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