NewsProject investigates remote control of enzymes using
light

16th March 2021by admin0
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The activity of enzymes in industrial processes,
laboratories, and living beings can be remotely controlled using
light. This requires their immobilization on the surface of
nanoparticles and irradiation with a laser. Near-infrared light can
penetrate living tissue without damaging it. The nanoparticles
absorb the energy of the radiation and release it back in the form
of heat or electronic effects, triggering or intensifying the
enzymes’ catalytic activity. This configures a new field of study
known as plasmonic biocatalysis.

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