Liquid water is the quintessential ingredient for life. Biochemistry as we know it is not possible without it. There are two places in the Solar System, other than the Earth, where liquid water is known to exist: Europa and Enceladus. Cassini’s recent discovery of Enceladus’ ocean plumes has excited the scientific community about the possibility for liquid sampling and search for life. Characteristics of life are self-sustainability, its ability to evolve, and self-enclosure. To enable these, chemical energy must be utilized, information must be stored, and enclosing membranes must be built. Many of these processes are accomplished with the use of biological catalysts. To search for life in the ocean worlds, detection of biological catalysts serves as a strong marker of biological activity and thus life.