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  • n. Plural form of isomerase.


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  • A relation between the cis-enediol mechanism and the anomeric specificity of isomerases.

    Irwin Rose - Autobiography

  • The anomeric specificities of 5 isomerases were determined in the course of our studies on the isomerases that continued until 1973.

    Irwin Rose - Autobiography

  • Therefore a ring opening step will be the first step catalyzed by isomerases for any pentose or hexose substrate.

    Irwin Rose - Autobiography

  • As shown in Table 1, isomerases that are specific for 2R-aldoses were found to activate the 1-R proton of the ketose produced.

    Irwin Rose - Autobiography

  • In the United States, in 1977, over 2 million tons of fructose-sweetener corn syrup were manufactured from corn starch, using over 1,000 tons of microbial amylases and glucose isomerases.

    Chapter 5

  • Freedman RB, Klappa P, R LW (2002) Catalytic and binding domains in the mechanism and specificty of protein disulphide isomerases: a theme with variations.

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  • T (1993) Hsp90 chaperonins possess ATPase activity and bind heat shock transcription factors and peptidyl prolyl isomerases.

    PLoS Biology: New Articles

  • Combining data obtained for PAI from the structural studies and experiments described here suggests that at least two different prototypical active site geometries exist among polyunsaturated fatty acid double bond isomerases.

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