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Co-immobilised enzyme

Co-immobilised enzyme

(Science: biochemistry) a group of enzymes which work together and are physically confined while doing so.


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The most boring tasks in Biology

... to do as a Biologist? Posting multiple answers is fine. A few prerequisites: - It has to have to do with biological data (microscopic pictures, enzyme activities, protein structures…) - It has to be something that computers are not very good at doing If you are not sure about the prerequisites, ...

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Topic: [News] Frank Baker survives ''spontaneous combustion''
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