“Because the enzyme recognized certain substrates at their N (a) - terminal residue, it was termed E3a.”
“No one is saying that heavy objects desire to fall to earth or that enzymes have a conscious desire for certain substrates.”
“Chaperonins are known to assist the folding of other proteins, called substrates, and to prevent aggregation, Lipman explained.”
“When Chance was still a graduate student in the early 1940s, researchers knew that the relationship between enzymatic activity and the concentration of the chemicals the enzymes operated on, called substrates, could be explained by the existence of an intermediate enzyme-substrate complex, but this complex appeared and disappeared so rapidly that it had never been seen.”
“Enzymes enable molecules called substrates to undergo a chemical change to create new molecules called products.”
“In enzymatic reactions, the molecules at the beginning of the process are called substrates, and the enzyme converts them into different molecules, the products.”
“Most enzymes will catalyze the reaction of only a few substrates, meaning that they have high "specificity".”
“Using very thin layers of organic materials on glass surfaces, also known as "substrates," and an electric current to create light, OLED technology cuts out the need for LCD's expensive backlights and color filters while simultaneously improving color quality.”
“limbs" on flat surfaces known as substrates, already covered with brush bristles.”
“So the color capacities and capabilities, kind of substrates we used, kind of trades we serviced, kind of the marketing and collateral material we used, were not consistent across the company, because in the west coast, we would have full graphics, have a brand name called Colorwise, and in New”
‘substrates’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for substrates.