enzymologist


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en·zy·mol·o·gist

(en'zi-mol'ŏ-jist),
A specialist in enzymology.
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The platform delivers single-step, easy-to-use assays that are optimized to work at low conversion rates where enzymologists are looking for potential hits.
However, the enzymologists of the NPAC/NB Commission on Biochemical Nomenclature, in their authoritative Recommendation 1972 (12), although abandoning the "unit of enzyme" (U), for "katal" (kat), [3] preferred the term for the kind-of-quantity 'enzymic activity'.
It's a dream-come-true for enzymologists and molecular biologists who have always wanted a way to tailor their tools to particular tasks," says Szybalski.
He joins an experienced group of Triad's 40 chemists, biologists, enzymologists, computational chemists and NMR spectroscopists.
CloneZymes(TM) are being made available in lyophilized form in tiered libraries that will help organic chemists, chemical engineers and enzymologists speed the process of finding the optimum biocatalyst for use in a specific industrial or research and development process.
CloneZymes are being made available in lyophilized form in tiered libraries that will help organic chemists, chemical engineers and enzymologists speed the process of finding the optimum biocatalyst for use in a specific industrial or research and development process.