By Professor Dietmar Schomburg, Dr. Ida Schomburg, Dr. Antje Chang (eds.)
Springer guide of Enzymes presents information on enzymes sufficiently good characterised. It deals concise and whole descriptions of a few 5,000 enzymes and their program components. information sheets are prepared of their EC-Number series and the volumes themselves are prepared in accordance with enzyme classes.
This new, moment version displays massive growth in enzymology: many enzymes are newly categorised or reclassified. each one access is correlated with references and a number of resource organisms. New datafields are created: program and engineering (for the homes of enzymes the place the series has been changed). the whole volume of fabric inside the guide has greater than doubled in order that the whole moment variation includes 39 volumes in addition to a Synonym Index. furthermore, beginning in 2009, all newly categorised enzymes are handled in complement Volumes.
Springer guide of Enzymes is a perfect resource of data for researchers in biochemistry, biotechnology, natural and analytical chemistry, and nutrition sciences, in addition to for medicinal applications.
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