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- n. Plural form of enzymologist.
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It also led to much disbelief in the community of enzymologists.
For example, the term has also been used by molecular enzymologists to describe the characteristic motion in a "Model for ssDNA translocation" and for a kind of acrylic yarn, manufactured in several variegated patterns, that can be machine washed, laid flat to dry, and is considered excellent value for money!
Therefore, the lab was divided into two groups: the enzymologists under the guidance of Peter
The 'Amine synthesis through biocatalytic cascades' (AMBIOCAS) programme brings together microbiologists, enzymologists, chemists, engineers and process development experts involved in research to develop the next generation of green manufacturing methods for the chemical industry.
"The real power of this pipeline is that it is so long; extending from plant ecologists and environmental scientists, to plant breeders and molecular biologists, to analytical chemists and enzymologists, to bioinformaticists, to plant cell wall structure experts," Davis said.
Among other studies, enzymologists generate schematic and mathematical models of the many different kinds of biochemical reactions catalyzed by enzymes.