Enzyme Biology

Enzymes are very efficient catalysts for biochemical reactions. They speed up reactions by providing an alternative reaction pathway of lower activation energy. Enzyme assays are analytical tools to visualize enzyme activities. Enzyme activity is a measure of how much enzyme is present in a reaction. There are two ways to measure enzyme activity: monitoring the disappearance of substrate or the appearance of product.

Enzymes play a crucial role, without enzymes many of the reactions would not take place at a perceptible rate. Enzymes catalyze all aspects of cell metabolism. Enzymes also have valuable industrial and medical applications. The uses of enzymes in medicine include killing disease-causing microorganisms, promoting wound healing, and diagnosing certain diseases. Enzymes are also engineered, purified and immobilized for future use.

  • Enzyme immobilization
  • Enzyme inhibition
  • Enzyme purification
  • Advanced enzymology
  • Enzyme based assays
  • Enzyme engineering
  • Enzyme kinetics

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