Biochemistry of Enzymes

Enzymes are bio-catalysts responsible for involving almost all the chemical reactions that maintain regulation of body functioning. Because of their significant role in maintaining life processes, Enzymes are of macromolecular proteins., except for a class of RNA catalysts known as ribozymes. The term ribozyme is derived from ribonucleic acid enzyme. Biochemistry of enzyme is the study of macromolecular proteins and its biological process and its chemical functioning. Biocatalysts are substances which can accelerate the chemical reaction, it is neither permanently changed, nor involved in the reaction Since catalysts are not used up, they can be reused. Enzymes are versatile in nature which can be flexible for different uses in day to day life. It is through attempts at understanding more about enzyme catalysts what they are, what they do, and how they do it that many advances in medicine and the life sciences have been brought about. In cells most, reactions are catalyzed by enzymes. These biological catalysts are physiologically important that would otherwise be too slow for life supporting processes.

  • Structural enzymology
  • Functional enzymology
  • Enzyme regulation
  • Enzyme catalysis
  • Gas chromatography

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