Enzyme and Microbial Technology

Enzymes are the biological substance or organic macromolecules that are created by a living organism which goes about as a catalyst to achieve a particular biochemical reaction. These resemble the chemical catalysts in a compound reaction which accelerate the organic/biochemical reactions inside and also outside the cell. Enzymes are the large biomolecules that are required for the various compound interconversions that sustain life. They quicken all the metabolic procedures in the body and do a specific task. Enzymes are very effective, which can expand reaction rates by 100 million to 10 billion times speedier than any ordinary chemical reaction. Enzyme engineering or protein engineering is the way toward planning proteins or catalysts by changing the arrangement of amino acids through recombinant DNA transformation.

  • Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology
  • Antioxidant Enzymes
  • Catecholamine Metabolizing Enzyme
  • Advances in Biological Regulation
  • Liver Enzymes

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