Introduction: Enzyme catalysis and allostery: a century of advances in molecular understanding.


Numerous anniversaries of interest to biochemists have occurred in 2013, starting from Claude Bernard’s birth in 1813, continuing with Victor Henri’s thesis in 1903, Johannes Brønsted’s protonic theory of acid–base catalysis in 1923, the introduction of flow methods for investigating fast reaction kinetics by Hamilton Hartridge and Francis Roughton in the… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/febs.12695


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