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WHAT DOES ENDOENZYME MEAN IN ENGLISH?
An endoenzyme, or intracellular enzyme, is an enzyme that functions within the cell in which it was produced. Because the majority of enzymes fall within this category, the term is used primarily to differentiate a specific enzyme from an exoenzyme. It is possible for a single enzyme to have both endoenzymatic and exoenzymatic functions. Example:Glycolytic enzymes,enzymes of Kreb's Cycle. enzymes are a type of protein that speed up chemical reactions in cells. enzymes are specific to the job they do. only molecules that are the correct shape can fit into the enzyme. this is called the lock an dkey model. enzymes work outside of the cell as well as inside the cell In most cases the term endoenzyme refers to an enzyme that binds to a bond 'within the body' of a large molecule - usually a polymer. For example an endoamylase would break down large amylose molecules into shorter dextrin chains. On the other hand, an exoenzyme removes subunits from the polymer one at a time from one end; in effect it can only act at the end ponts of a polymer. An exoamylase would therefore remove one glucose molecule at a time from the end of an amylose molecule.
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ENDOENZYME»
Discover the use of endoenzyme in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to endoenzyme and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
The journal of immunology
greater than that in the not agglutinated one can be solved only by assuming that
the body. of the agglutinated bacteria was so altered by agglutinin that their
endoenzyme is made free from their body by it. Of course, the glycolysis
Advanced Biology for You
Amylase is an endoenzyme, hydrolysing bonds within the starch. So the large
polysaccharide molecule is broken down into small chains called maltodextrins.
The next step is to hydrolyse the maltodextrins to glucose. The second enzyme ...
Gareth Williams, 2000
Competition Science Vision
Cytochrome oxidase is an example of — (A) Exoenzyme (B) Endoenzyme (C)
Coenzyme (D) Proenzyme 21. One of the following is nor a protein — (A) oc-
amylase (B) Ribozyme (C) Nitrogenase (D) Histidine Kinase 22. The acidic
character of ...
Microbiology:Application Based Approach
ENDOCARDITIS. Inflammation of the membrane lining the heart and its valves.
ENDOENZYME [EN-doe-EN-zime]. An enzyme formed within the cell and not
excreted into the medium. Also called intracellular enzyme. ENDOFLAGELLA.
Recent Advances in Physiology and Bio-chemistry
He considers that there exists in the liver cells an endoenzyme capable of
converting glycogen into maltose, just as there exists in yeast an endoenzyme
which inverts cane-sugar. This endoenzyme, during life, is firmly held in the
hepatic cells, ...
Sir Leonard Hill, 1906
Abstracts of Bacteriology
It is usually an endoenzyme. According to Fischer (331, 332), more than one kind
of maltase is produced. A review of the earlier work on yeast maltase is given by
Bau (53). Maltase is produced by various fungi, especially the A. oryzae group, ...
Advances in Carbohydrate Chemistry and Biochemistry
The rate of formation of glucose can be expressed with Eq. (32): d Glc=dt1⁄4V
max2Soekt= Km2 þSoekt Â Ã ð32Þ where k1⁄4Vmax1/Km1, So is the initial
concentration of polysaccharide and indices 1 and 2 correspond to endoenzyme
An example of using several methods to measure the activity of an enzyme is in
the assay of α-amylase activity . α-Amylase cleaves starch at α-1,4 linkages in
starch and is an endoenzyme. An endoenzyme cleaves a polymer substrate at ...
Reviews of Physiology, Biochemistry and Pharmacology
Die Grösse der Moleküle und die kolloidalen Eigenschaften scheinen bei den
verschiedenen Fermenten sehr verschieden zu sein. Die Endoenzyme werden
als untrennbar vom Plasma angesehen l). Ausgeprägte
Leon Asher, Karl Spiro, 1907
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