Enzyme Kinetics and Metabolic Control Analysis
There is little doubt that “Enzymes” was the word emblazoned over the gate through which most chemists, physicists and chemical engineers entered the realm of bio-reactions.
KeywordsLactic Acid Bacterium Enzymatic Reaction Feedback Inhibition Enzyme Kinetic Elasticity Coefficient
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