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Re: Can enzymes be located in bones? Might be a dum questio

Post by Qphage » Wed Aug 22, 2007 1:22 pm

jtmartin wrote:I'm trying to find out if anyone knows whether enzymes can be found in bones. But specifically fossils. That is, if I were to do a trace for enzymes would I find it in the bones. I'm not a biology student so I don't know if this is a dum question.

I dont know which kinds of enzymes are present in bones.
But if the protein is strong enough to resist drought conditions & extreme conditions..we can obtain it!
The method will be same with some modifications in the protocol.

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