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Electric Repulsion Effects and the Dynamic Behaviour of Enzymes Embedded in Biological Polyelectrolytes
The dynamic behaviour of an enzyme within an insoluble polyelectrolyte, such as a membrane or a cell wall, may be quite different from the one it should display if it were in free solution.
KeywordsIonic Strength Partition Coefficient High Ionic Strength Enzyme Molecule Substrate Diffusion
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