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Isoenzymes

Author: D W Moss
Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 1982.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The increased interest in multiple forms of enzymes that began with the application of new methods of fractionation to preparations of enzymes and other proteins some 25 years ago led quickly to an appreciation that the existence of enzymes in multiple forms, or isoenzymes, is a general phenomenon. The results of pioneering studies and those which followed in the early years of isoenzyme research consisted, not  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: D W Moss
ISBN: 9789400958869 9400958862 9789400958883 9400958889
OCLC Number: 858945726
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: 1. Multiple Forms of Enzymes and the Emergence of the Isoenzyme Concept --
2. Origins and Structures of Multiple Forms of Enzymes --
Origins of isoenzymes --
Structural differences between isoenzymes and their investigation --
Non-isoenzymic multiple forms of enzymes --
3. Differences in Properties between Multiple Forms of Enzymes --
Catalytic differences between multiple forms of enzymes --
Physicochemical differences between multiple forms of enzymes --
Immunochemical differences between multiple forms of enzymes --
Properties of multiple forms of enzymes: general considerations --
4. Distribution and Biological Functions of Multiple Forms of Enzymes --
Distribution of enzymes determined by multiple gene loci --
Physiological function of multiple forms of enzymes --
5. Multiple Forms of Enzymes in Phylogeny and Genetics --
Gene duplication and the evolution of multiple loci --
Genetics of isoenzymes --
6. Multiple Forms of Enzymes in Ontogeny --
Changes during normal development --
Changes associated with abnormal development --
7. Multiple Forms of Enzymes in Diagnostic Enzymology --
Lactate dehydrogenase isoenzymes --
Creatine kinase isoenzymes --
Multiple forms of alkaline phosphatase --
Acid phosphatase isoenzymes --
Other isoenzymes --
References.
Responsibility: by D.W. Moss.

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The increased interest in multiple forms of enzymes that began with the application of new methods of fractionation to preparations of enzymes and other proteins some 25 years ago led quickly to an  Read more...

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