from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The branch of science that deals with the biochemical nature and activity of enzymes.
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- n. branch of science that studies enzymes
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The study of enzyms.
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- n. the branch of biochemistry dealing with the chemical nature and biological activity of enzymes
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Elucidation of this modification would not have been possible without Ernie's advice that was based on his immense knowledge in enzymology and protein chemistry, accompanied by his unbiased original thinking and approach to problem resolving.
Among younger faculty an interest in enzymology and metabolism was blossoming.
These previously unrecognized concepts in enzymology provided motivation and excitement within my research group.
Between 1925 and 1934 he embodied the results of his very extensive research in enzymology in his monograph entitled Chemie der Enzyme, which was the first modern monograph on this subject.
In 1932 he went to the National Institute for Medical Research, London, where he worked with Dr.H. W. Dudley on his first problem in enzymology.
These experiments are not only of basic importance but may be considered model investigations in enzymology.
"How to optimize Vitamin D supplementation to prevent cancer, based on cellular adaptation and hydroxylase enzymology."
The Coris launched a full-fledged effort in enzymology, concentrating on phosphorylase, the enzyme which converts glycogen to glucose-1-phosphate.
Scientists from all over the world flocked to this Mecca of enzymology to work with the Coris.
In a nutshell I study the enzymology and assembly of the dysfunctional respiratory complexes from patient biopsy samples, using a combination of steady-state kinetics, UV/vis-spectrophotometry, Western blot analysis, molecular modelling and FTIR spectroscopy.