D.D. Hackney, Binding Energy and Catalysis. D.C. Rees and D. Farrelly, Biological Electron Transfer. W.W. Cleland, Steady-State Kinetics. K.A. Johnson and S.J. Benkovic, Analysis of Protein Function by Mutagenesis. M.A. Ator and P.R. Ortiz de Montellano, Mechanism-Based (Suicide) Enzyme Inactivation. R.F. Colman, Site-Specific Modification of Enzyme Sites. D.J. Creighton and N.S.R.K. Murthy, Stereochemistry of Enzyme-Catalyzed Reactions at Carbon. Each chapter includes references. Index.
The remarkable expansion of information leading to a deeper understanding of enzymes on the molecular level necessitated the development of this volume which not only introduces new topics to The Enzymes series but presents new information on some covered in Volume I and II of this edition.
Biochemists, enzymologists, pharmacologists, biotechnologists, physical and organic chemists, and molecular biologists.
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- 28th December 1990
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@qu:The chapters are well and clearly written; the book is very well presented, as are all the volumes of this series; and the editors are to be congratulated. @source:--CELL BIOCHEMISTRY AND FUNCTION @qu:This collection of reviews is well written andcarefully edited, and the selection of authors is excellent. @source:--JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
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