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Characterization of Urease enzyme using Raman and FTIR Spectroscopy

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Abstract

Urease is a commonly found enzyme in the natural biological environment like plants, soil, and animals. Its characteristic decomposition is spectroscopically investigated in acidic (chloride) environment for understanding nitrogen cycle.

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