Microwave radiation can increase the rate of enzyme-catalysed reactions in organic media

@inproceedings{Parker1996MicrowaveRC,
  title={Microwave radiation can increase the rate of enzyme-catalysed reactions in organic media},
  author={Marie-Claire Parker and Thierry Besson and Sylvain Lamare and Marie Dominique Legoy},
  year={1996}
}
Abstract Irradiating a hydrated lipase enzyme suspended in organic media using microwaves (2.45 GHz, 50°C) enhanced the reaction rate by 2–3 fold over classical heating and the apparent non-thermal effects observed were dependent on the hydration state of the enzyme in the organic medium. 

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