Thermophiles and Thermozymes
by Maria-Isabel Gonzalez-Siso
Publisher: MDPI AG 2019
Number of pages: 200
This Special Issue contains nine papers that study diverse aspects of thermophiles biology and their enzymes. Heat-loving microorganisms or thermophiles arouse noticeable scientific interest nowadays, not only with the aim to elucidate the mystery of life at high temperatures, but also due to the huge field of biotechnological applications of the enzymes they produce or thermozymes, able to function under industrial harsh conditions.
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