STEREOCHEMISTRY AND THE MECHANISM OF ENZYMATIC REACTIONS

@article{Koshland1953STEREOCHEMISTRYAT,
  title={STEREOCHEMISTRY AND THE MECHANISM OF ENZYMATIC REACTIONS},
  author={Daniel E. Koshland},
  journal={Biological Reviews},
  year={1953},
  volume={28}
}
  • D. Koshland
  • Published 1 November 1953
  • Chemistry
  • Biological Reviews
Structural and biochemical characterisation of enzymes involved in mannan biosynthesis
TLDR
This document breaches copyright and should be removed from the public portal immediately.
GH70 dextransucases : Insights on the molecular determinants of dextran molar mass control
Glucansucrases (GS) from glycoside hydrolase family 70 (GH70) are -transglucosylases produced by lactic acid bacteria. From sucrose, an economical and abundant agro resource, they catalyze the
New Solution to an Old Problem: Exploring Properties of Chemical Reactions in Condensed Phases Using Molecular Simulation
New Solution to an Old Problem: Exploring Properties of Chemical Reactions in Condensed Phases Using Molecular Simulation Kelly L. Fleming Chair of the Supervisory Committee: Professor Jim Pfaendtner
Characterization and engineering of carbohydrate-active enzymes for biotechnological applications
TLDR
Extremozymes are enzymes produced by microorganisms that live in extreme habitats that are attracting interest as biocatalysts in various industrial processes because of their higher stability.
Expression and characterization of fungal exocellulases
TLDR
An attempt is made to establish benchmark cellulase hydrolysis assays using commercially available cellulase systems and the model substrate PASC to improve the performance of the enzymes used to hydrolyze plant biomass.
Universal blood: The life stream all four one and one for all an enzymatic methodology creating a universal blood supply
TLDR
Purified recombinant α-NAGAs from E. coli and S. linguale were characterized in vitro for molecular mass, substrate specificity, pH and temperature optima, and product inhibition and a mutant of the S. Linguale α-N-acetylgalactosaminidase, H225A, was evaluated for activity in vitro and in vivo.
Evolution and biochemistry of family 4 glycosidases: implications for assigning enzyme function in sequence annotations.
TLDR
This study emphasizes the importance of automatic annotation systems that by integrating phylogenetic analysis, functional motifs, and bioinformatics data, may lead to innovative experiments that further the understanding of biological systems.
Microbial amylases and their potential application in industries: A review
Amylases are starch hydrolysing enzymes which breakdown starch to dextrin and smaller polymers composed of glucose units. Amylases have application in various industries including food, textile,
Characterisation of novel lignocellulosic enzymes from the shipworm symbiont Teredinibacter turnerae
TLDR
Assessment of the activity and structure of several enzymes from T. turnerae are assessed and found multiple different substrate activities and potentially novel functions, paving the way for further experimentation and potential utilisation in industry.
...
1
2
3
4
5
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 146 REFERENCES
Study on enzyme action
  • I. The correlation of the stereoisomeric a and p glucosides with the corresponding glucoses. J. chem. SOC.
  • 1903
Displacement mechanisms in enzymatic reactions
  • 1952
Effect of catalysts on the hydrolysis of acetyl phosphate. Nucleophilic displacements in enzymatic reactions
  • J. Amer. chem. SOC
  • 1952
MECHANISM of action of alkaline phosphatase.
Reactions of acetyl phosphate catalyzed by 3 - phosphoglycer - aldehyde dehydrogenase
  • Fed . Proc
  • 1952
...
1
2
3
4
5
...