|MadSci Network: Biochemistry|
I've completed a lab to determine the optimal pH and temperature of peroxidase activity in potatoes. My findings are that the optimal pH range is 7.5-8.5 and optimal temperature range is 20-30 degrees Celsius. I have found different results on the Internet and am wondering just what is correct. I also found that both alcohol (isopropyl 70%) and NaCl are activators of peroxidase. Can you corroborate these findings so I may know if I'm on the right track? Many thanks.
Re: What is the optimal pH and temperature for peroxidase?
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