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enzyme-catalyzed

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  • This is especially true of reactions in living organisms, and Cornforth has mainly studied enzyme-catalyzed reactions, so his work borders onto biochemistry (Section 3.12).

    The Nobel Prize in Chemistry: The Development of Modern Chemistry

  • Among other endeavors, she analyzed enzyme-catalyzed reactions and built a mass spectrometer.

    Mildred Cohn.

  • Suppose you ask your class to calculate some biochemical parameters for an enzyme-catalyzed reaction, and an ID proponent insists that the exercise cannot be completed, because, as Robert Laughlin is quoted in ID articles, proteins defy the law of mass action (and thus actually do alter the poise of chemical equilibria of the reactions they catalyze).

    College professor: "Flunk the IDiots"

  • You said, "Suppose you ask your class to calculate some biochemical parameters for an enzyme-catalyzed reaction, and an ID proponent insists that the exercise cannot be completed, because, as Robert Laughlin is quoted in ID articles, proteins defy the law of mass action (and thus actually do alter the poise of chemical equilibria of the reactions they catalyze)."

    College professor: "Flunk the IDiots"

  • If you present on your exam paper a question asking that some biochemical parameters for an enzyme-catalyzed reaction be calculated, and the student, using what you taught him/her, does the calculation, the student deserves full points, yes?

    College professor: "Flunk the IDiots"

  • In practice many of the larger molecular components of a cell are the result of so many highly specific, enzyme-catalyzed reactions, that it is unlikely that they could form spontaneously in any significant, detectable concentration, in a natural extracellular environment, even within the entire lifespan and volume of the universe.

    Cosmic Soup - The Panda's Thumb

  • Professor John Warcup Cornforth, England for his work on the stereochemistry of enzyme-catalyzed reactions and with the other half to

    Press Release: The 1975 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

  • Cornforth has been awarded the Prize for his work on the stereochemistry of enzyme-catalyzed reactions.

    Press Release: The 1975 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

  • Beryllium therefore serves to derange a number of enzyme-catalyzed reactions.

    The Martian Way

  • Energy production in our cells derives predominantly from a series of enzyme-catalyzed reactions, commonly referred to as the Krebs Cycle, and contained within the mitochondria.

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