multisubstrate

mul·ti·sub·strate

(mŭl'tē-sub'strāt),
Referring to an enzyme, receptor, or acceptor protein, which requires two or more substrates.
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As zirconium-based alternatives for multisubstrate metal conversion and corrosion protection, these NGC contain neither phosphates nor heavy metals, simplify water management and can reduce process steps, contact times, energy consumption and sludge.
Using purified PSDs and immobilized peptide arrays to create a well-defined multisubstrate system, we test the hypothesis that the catalytic output and substrate selectivity of CaMKII are regulated by its activation state.
Multisubstrate flavin-containing monooxygenases: applications of mechanism to specificity.
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The sequence of N2 resembled that of an Arabidopsis thaliana MYB transcription factor, that of N4 a multisubstrate pseudouridine synthase 7-like gene from Malus x domestica, N5 a Gossypium hirsutum putative leucine zipper protein.
During the seminars, MPS will feature its EF multisubstrate press which is especially designed for label production as well as the printing of flexible packaging on unsupported film or carton board.
Multienzyme production is a very complex nongrowth associated process with complex patterns of induction and repression resulting from the multisubstrate environment, temperature, pH, moisture content, fermentation time, and inoculum density in solid state fermentation [4, 9, 10].
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It is valid for multisubstrate reactions irrespective of the mechanism.
The topics covered in the subsequent chapters include characterization of enzyme activity by the equilibrium and steady-state models; reversible, irreversible, and mechanism-based (alternate and suicide inhibition) enzyme inhibition; effects of pH on enzyme reactions; mechanisms of enzyme reactions; two- and multisubstrate reactions; immobilized, interfacial, and allosteric enzymes; transient phases of enzyme reactions; and enzyme stability.
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