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Enzymes are biocatalyst that are synthesized by living cells. They are proteinaceous in nature, colloidal, thermolabile (heat-sensitive) and highly specific in their action.

An enzyme is a specialized protein produced within an organism which is capable of catalyzing specific chemical reactions.

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