|MadSci Network: Biochemistry|
I would like to know if some of the symptoms of hypothermia or heat stroke arise because the enzymes in the human body can't work any more at those temperatures and so some reactions aren't able to take place. If so, which enzymes, and at what temperatures? I did a lab on the effects of temperature on the enzyme catalase last week so I was just wondering about catalase in the human body!
Re: At what temperature are the human body's enzymes rendered ineffective?
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