This is the hydrophobic structure of a Glucose Oxidase enzyme. It has been procedurally shaded for a nice organic look. Its ready right out of the box to incorporate into any scientific visualization.
The glucose oxidase enzyme is an oxido-reductase that catalyses the oxidation of glucose to hydrogen peroxide and D-glucono-?-lactone. In cells, it aids in breaking the sugar down into its metabolites.
Glucose oxidase is widely used for the determination of free glucose in body fluids (diagnostics), in vegetal raw material, and in the food industry. It also has many applications in biotechnologies, typically enzyme assays for biochemistry including biosensors in nanotechnologies. It is often extracted from Aspergillus niger.