The Catalase-Hydrogen Peroxide System

@inproceedings{Suggett2005TheCP,
  title={The Catalase-Hydrogen Peroxide System},
  author={Andrew J Suggett},
  year={2005}
}
1. The mechanisms of catalase action advanced by Jones & Wynne-Jones (1962) and by Nicholls (1964) are compared in terms oftheir relative plausibilities and their utility for extension to accommodate more recent experimental information. 2. A revised formal mechanism is advanced that avoids the less satisfactory features of these mechanisms and attempts to account for the roles of catalase sub-units in both reversible and irreversible deactivation phenomena. 3. Theoretical studies of the redox… CONTINUE READING

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