Articles on Enzymology, which deals with the chemical nature and biological activity of enzymes
A papain-like enzyme at work: Native and acyl–enzyme intermediate structures in phytochelatin synthesis
Phytochelatins (PCs) are known to be the main heavy-metal-detoxifying peptides in the plant kingdom
Although the knowledge that nuclear and cytoplasmic proteins are modified with N-acetylglucosamine has existed for decades, little has been shown as to its function until recently.
New model brings USC chemists closer to 'holy grail' of catalyst design
Fitting a key into a lock may seem like a simple task, but researchers at Texas A&M University are using a method that involves testing thousands of keys to unlock the functions of enzymes
Surprising findings by Queen's researchers have shed new light on how the "sunshine vitamin" D - increasingly used to treat and prevent cancer and other diseases - is broken down by our bodies.
Scientists have discovered a new enzyme involved in the degradation of proteins inside cells, a process that helps eliminate or recycle proteins that are no longer needed.
Anti-cancer possibilities seen for certain monoamine oxidase inhibitors
Silkworms contain a special digestive enzyme that is not affected by mulberry's toxic chemicals.
The enzyme TPPII may contribute to obesity by stimulating the formation of fat cells
Combined quantum mechanics/molecular mechanics (QM/MM) modelling has the potential to answer fundamental questions about enzyme mechanisms and catalysis.
Thiamine diphosphate adenylyl transferase from E. coli: functional characterization of the enzyme synthesizing adenosine thiamine triphosphate
This is the first demonstration of an enzyme activity transferring a nucleotidyl group on thiamine diphosphate to produce AThTP.
COX enzymes work together in ways that suggest new biological roles, drug targets
Scientists Discover First Bacterial Enzyme That Activates Blood-Clotting -- Links Gum Health And Heart Disease In Humans
Scientists at the University of Georgia have discovered that an enzyme in a common bacterium is capable of activating blood-clotting in the human body.
Max-Planck researchers unravel the structure of the methane forming enzyme
An enzyme present in extremely low quantities in normal brains has been found to be greatly increased in the brains of patients with Alzheimer's disease.
A little-known enzyme may play a significant role in preventing heart attack.
Researchers have discovered a potential method to help treat inflammatory forms of arthritis by using an enzyme naturally produced by the human body.
Their results represent a step toward the production of novel plant fatty acids by genetic manipulations.
Enzymology of Methylation of Tea Catechins and Inhibition of Catechol-O-methyltransferase by ()-Epigallocatechin Gallate
In this study, we characterized the enzymology of cytosolic catechol-O-methyltransferase (COMT)-catalyzed methylation of EGCG and EGC in humans, mice, and rats.
Automated Definition of the Enzymology of Drug Oxidation by the Major Human Drug Metabolizing Cytochrome P450s
A fully automated assay to determine the enzymology of drug oxidation by the major human hepatic cytochrome P450s
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