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The Resource Enzyme kinetics : from diastase to multienzyme systems, Arthur R. Schulz
Enzyme kinetics : from diastase to multienzyme systems, Arthur R. Schulz
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 This textbook for advanced courses in enzyme chemistry and enzyme kinetics covers the field of steady state enzyme kinetics from the basic principles inherent in the Henri equation to the expressions which describe the control of multienzyme pathways
 Steady state kinetic equations are derived with the use of the connection matrix method, and an algorithm which can be implemented easily for computerbased derivation of the equations is developed. Throughout the book emphasis is placed on a proper interpretation of the kinetic behavior of multireactant enzymic reactions. The principles of analytical geometry and basic calculus are employed to analyze nonhyperbolic substrate saturation curves in terms of the mechanisms, including subunit interactions, which cause the deviation from hyperbolic curves. Sensitivity theory is employed to obtain expressions for flux and concentration control coefficients for multienzyme pathways. The algorithm developed can be incorporated into a computerbased program for derivation. Emphasis is placed on the interpretation of control coefficients in terms of metabolic control. Problems are included at the end of each chapter and their solutions are found at the end of the book
 Language
 eng
 Extent
 x, 246 pages
 Contents

 pt. 1. Basic steady state enzyme kinetics. 1. Derivation of a rate equation. 2. A closer look at the basic assumptions. 3. Enzyme inhibition. 4. Reversible enzymecatalyzed reactions
 pt. 2. Enzyme reaction sequence. 5. Multireactant enzymic reactions. 6. Analysis of multireactant enzyme kinetics. 7. Prediction of reaction sequence. 8. Enzymecatalyzed isotopic exchange. 9. Kinetic isotope effect on steady state parameters. 10. The effect of pH on enzyme kinetics
 pt. 3. Nonhyperbolic enzyme kinetics. 11. The causes of nonhyperbolic enzyme kinetics. 12. Analysis of nonhyperbolic enzyme kinetics. 13. The effect of subunit interactions on enzyme kinetics
 pt. 4. Control of multienzyme systems. 14. Control of linear multienzyme systems. 15. Control of branched multienzyme systems. 16. Biochemical systems theory
 pt. 5. Solutions to problems
 Isbn
 9780521445009
 Label
 Enzyme kinetics : from diastase to multienzyme systems
 Title
 Enzyme kinetics
 Title remainder
 from diastase to multienzyme systems
 Statement of responsibility
 Arthur R. Schulz
 Language
 eng
 Summary

 This textbook for advanced courses in enzyme chemistry and enzyme kinetics covers the field of steady state enzyme kinetics from the basic principles inherent in the Henri equation to the expressions which describe the control of multienzyme pathways
 Steady state kinetic equations are derived with the use of the connection matrix method, and an algorithm which can be implemented easily for computerbased derivation of the equations is developed. Throughout the book emphasis is placed on a proper interpretation of the kinetic behavior of multireactant enzymic reactions. The principles of analytical geometry and basic calculus are employed to analyze nonhyperbolic substrate saturation curves in terms of the mechanisms, including subunit interactions, which cause the deviation from hyperbolic curves. Sensitivity theory is employed to obtain expressions for flux and concentration control coefficients for multienzyme pathways. The algorithm developed can be incorporated into a computerbased program for derivation. Emphasis is placed on the interpretation of control coefficients in terms of metabolic control. Problems are included at the end of each chapter and their solutions are found at the end of the book
 Cataloging source
 DLC
 http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
 Schulz, Arthur R
 Illustrations
 illustrations
 Index
 index present
 LC call number
 QP601.3
 LC item number
 .S38 1994
 Literary form
 non fiction
 NAL call number
 QP601.3.S38
 NAL item number
 1994
 Nature of contents
 bibliography
 NLM call number

 1995 D030
 QU 135
 NLM item number
 S388e 1994
 http://library.link/vocab/subjectName

 Enzyme kinetics
 Enzymes
 Kinetics
 Biophysics
 Models, Theoretical
 Enzyme kinetics
 Enzymes
 CinÃ©tique enzymatique
 Enzymkinetik
 Label
 Enzyme kinetics : from diastase to multienzyme systems, Arthur R. Schulz
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references and indexes
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 Content type MARC source
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 Contents
 pt. 1. Basic steady state enzyme kinetics. 1. Derivation of a rate equation. 2. A closer look at the basic assumptions. 3. Enzyme inhibition. 4. Reversible enzymecatalyzed reactions  pt. 2. Enzyme reaction sequence. 5. Multireactant enzymic reactions. 6. Analysis of multireactant enzyme kinetics. 7. Prediction of reaction sequence. 8. Enzymecatalyzed isotopic exchange. 9. Kinetic isotope effect on steady state parameters. 10. The effect of pH on enzyme kinetics  pt. 3. Nonhyperbolic enzyme kinetics. 11. The causes of nonhyperbolic enzyme kinetics. 12. Analysis of nonhyperbolic enzyme kinetics. 13. The effect of subunit interactions on enzyme kinetics  pt. 4. Control of multienzyme systems. 14. Control of linear multienzyme systems. 15. Control of branched multienzyme systems. 16. Biochemical systems theory  pt. 5. Solutions to problems
 Dimensions
 23 cm
 Extent
 x, 246 pages
 Isbn
 9780521445009
 Lccn
 94026309
 Media category
 unmediated
 Media MARC source
 rdamedia
 Media type code
 n
 Other physical details
 illustrations
 System control number

 (OCoLC)30701944
 (OCoLC)ocm30701944
 Label
 Enzyme kinetics : from diastase to multienzyme systems, Arthur R. Schulz
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references and indexes
 Carrier category
 volume
 Carrier category code
 nc
 Carrier MARC source
 rdacarrier
 Content category
 text
 Content type code
 txt
 Content type MARC source
 rdacontent
 Contents
 pt. 1. Basic steady state enzyme kinetics. 1. Derivation of a rate equation. 2. A closer look at the basic assumptions. 3. Enzyme inhibition. 4. Reversible enzymecatalyzed reactions  pt. 2. Enzyme reaction sequence. 5. Multireactant enzymic reactions. 6. Analysis of multireactant enzyme kinetics. 7. Prediction of reaction sequence. 8. Enzymecatalyzed isotopic exchange. 9. Kinetic isotope effect on steady state parameters. 10. The effect of pH on enzyme kinetics  pt. 3. Nonhyperbolic enzyme kinetics. 11. The causes of nonhyperbolic enzyme kinetics. 12. Analysis of nonhyperbolic enzyme kinetics. 13. The effect of subunit interactions on enzyme kinetics  pt. 4. Control of multienzyme systems. 14. Control of linear multienzyme systems. 15. Control of branched multienzyme systems. 16. Biochemical systems theory  pt. 5. Solutions to problems
 Dimensions
 23 cm
 Extent
 x, 246 pages
 Isbn
 9780521445009
 Lccn
 94026309
 Media category
 unmediated
 Media MARC source
 rdamedia
 Media type code
 n
 Other physical details
 illustrations
 System control number

 (OCoLC)30701944
 (OCoLC)ocm30701944
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