enzymatic : Definition, Usages, News and More
- a of or relating to or produced by an enzyme
- But once chemists fully understand enzymatic action, they may be able to produce far more efficient catalysts for industry.
- Your new 'cancer cure' may be simply a study of enzymatic action on malignant cells until the eager-beaver writer gets wind of it.
- Crick and Orgel note, for example, that the element molybdenum plays a key role in many enzymatic reactions that are important to life.
- Susumu Tonegawa in Medical News Today (press release)
These behavioral abnormalities are ameliorated, partially or fully, by inhibiting the enzymatic activity of PAK,Tonegawa said. "Notably, due to an elegant genetic manipulation method employed by the Picower Institute researchers, PAK...
- Schramm in Earthtimes (press release)
This compound has exciting therapeutic potential and reflects the exceptional capabilities of our drug discovery and structural biology groups. Our teams used protein crytallography to determine the structure of domains that regulate the enzymatic... Kari Stefansson http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/K%C3%A1ri_Stef%C3%A1nsson&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNE4zlrENEs81XVNitp9yN9A9qxqlQ SYS-CON Media http://www.google.com/url?q=http://in.sys-con.com/node/698738&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNEuLiyZ5nUh3o_i2340TWjcH5yLKw Oct 3, 2008
33613 42842 enzymatic These data demonstrate that transition state analogs of MTAN inhibit a key enzymatic pathway with unprecedented binding affinity and specificity, two key characteristics for effective drug design," said Dr. Vern Schramm, a Pico Pharmaceuticals...