PEG-Coupled Semisynthetic Oxidases
Enzymes are naturally designed catalysts with high efficiency and specificity. To know how to design such enzymes is a major goal for enzymologists, and they have tried to elucidate the structural basis of enzyme catalysis. Information on structure-function relationships has made it possible to design or redesign enzymes by protein engineering and also to design artificial enzymes.1–3
KeywordsGlucose Oxidase Glutamate Dehydrogenase NADH Oxidase Electron Mediator Cold Spring Harbor Symposium
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