I3. Catalysis in Biochemical Reactions

@inproceedings{Chance1960I3CI,
  title={I3. Catalysis in Biochemical Reactions},
  author={Britton Chance},
  year={1960}
}
The mechanism of enzyme action presents a formidable and challenging problem to the chemist and has spurred the development of rapid reaction methods towards the maximum in sensitivity and time resolution, in order to meet the stringent requirements of enzyme reactions. In this paper we will emphasize the ways in which rapid flow techniques have allowed the study of enzyme reactions in living cells and in isolated enzyme systems with various types of physical methods, some of which are… CONTINUE READING

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