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Muhammad MIZHER RADHI, Ali Salih HUSSAIN, Fatima Abdul-Rahman DUHI, Zuhair Numan HAMAD; Electrochemical characterization of bacterial lipase by cyclic voltametry; Advanced Nano-Bio-Materials and Devices; 2018:2(2):269-274
Lipase is an enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolysis of fats (lipids) which was synthesized by bacteria in the lab and characterizes using electrochemical analysis by cyclic voltammetry method to find the effect of synthesis lipase in blood medium. It was found oxidation current peak of commercial lipase in blood medium at 0.5 V on glassy carbon electrode versus Ag/AgCl as reference electrodes and scan rate 0.1 Vsec-1, while the oxidation peak of synthesis lipase by bacteria was disappeared in blood medium. So, the synthetic lipase is advisable to be used as a safety enzyme to hydrolyze the lipids in human body avoiding precipitate of cholesterol molecules in blood vessels without any side effect.