University dissertation from Uppsala : Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis.
Dissertation: Chiral recognition on cellulases : The active sites of the enzymes are involved. University dissertation from Uppsala : Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis. The consistency of the enzyme kinetics with thechromatography revealed that the active sites of the cellulases coincided with the chiralrecognition sites.
Got it. We value your privacy. After reconstitution of the deflavo-proteins it was found that flavin domains containing 6-hydroxy-FAD were clearly active but their cellobiose oxidation rates were lower than those of flavin domains containing normal FAD. Reconstitution of flavin cofactor had no effect on the optimum pH. From these results, it is concluded that the pH dependence is not because of the flavin cofactor but is because of the protein molecule.
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Chiral recognition of racemic mixtures continues to be an active area of. .When enantiomeric substrates are involved, the differences in enzymatic activity can be related to the energetic differences involved in th.
Chiral recognition is a specific aspect of the much broader area of molecular recognition. When enantiomeric substrates are involved, the differences in enzymatic activity can be related to the energetic differences involved in the formation of the optimum substrate–enzyme complexes and the related transition state energies.
Henriksson, . Ståhlberg, . Isaksson, . & Pettersson, G. (1996). The active sites of cellulases are involved in chiral recognition: A comparison of cellobiohydrolase 1 and endoglucanase 1. FEBS Letters, 390(3), 339–344. 1016/0014-5793(96)00685-0
Henriksson, . 1016/0014-5793(96)00685-0.
Part of the Methods in Molecular Biology book series (MIMB, volume 243). Henriksson, . Stålberg, . and Pettersson, G. (1996) The active sites of cellulases are involved in chiral recognition: a comparison of cellobiohydrolase I and endoglucanase I. FEBS Lett. The vast majority of proteins exercise their action by means of interaction with small molecules. These interactions are in most cases stereospecific, which is not surprising since the proteins themselves are chiral. As a useful consequence, proteins could have a potential as enantioselectors.
The endothelium is not a rigid barrier but an active transporter of molecules, hormones and .
The endothelium is not a rigid barrier but an active transporter of molecules, hormones and inflammatory cells. It is also important in controlling blood pressure, blood coagulation, degradation of lipoproteins and in the secretion of growth factors and cytokines2-4. There are also SH domain-containing proteins that are active signaling enzymes (. Src, PLC-J and Sos)13. Another in vivo assay involves the cornea of the eye. The cornea is an avascular tissue under normal conditions, and is therefore suitable for studying vessel in-growth as all vessel are de novo vessels.
Uppsala: Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis. ISBN 978-91-554-9468-1. Governments around the world use immigration detention to detain and deport irregular immigrants, which negatively affects their health. The aim of this thesis was to explore, describe and identify factors that could mitigate the effect of immigration detention on the health of detainees. This was a mixed method study using qualitative methods (Papers I and II), quantitative methods (Paper III) and descriptive case comparison (Paper IV) comparing the Swedish system to the system in the Benelux countries (Belgium, the Netherlands.
Summary of Enzymes 5 Enzymes may be involved in reactions which break down molecules or join.
1 Enzymes are globular proteins which catalyse metabolic reactions. 2 Each enzyme has an active site with a specific shape, into which the substrate molecule or molecules fit precisely. 4 When the substrate enters the active site, an enzyme–substrate complex is temporarily formed in which the R groups of the amino acids in the enzyme hold the substrate in place. 5 Enzymes may be involved in reactions which break down molecules or join molecules together. 6 Enzymes work by lowering the activation energy of the reactions they catalyse.
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