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Classification of enzymes and there importance - Latest Muscle Seek Program Reviews

Feb 28th 2014 at 11:57 PM

The systematic names but are generally extremely long, and therefore for easier labeling introduced even trivial name. Is shorter in this case, is "almandine". Often trivially still indicate only the substrate and enzyme-added end (sucrose, maltase, lipase ...).  Some enzymes are produced, or they remain in the body in an inactive form (so-called pro enzymes or zymogens) as their active form is very corrosive and could cause digestion own proteins.
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The inactive form of the enzyme, either before the name of the prefix pro-, or name suffix-oven. Examples: for carboxyl peptidase, pepsin oven. Classification of enzymes How are enzymes classified? There are six basic reactions catalyzed by enzymes and introduced them IUB divided into six classes.  You still further divided into subclasses and pod paddy, but that's not important now.

Among the six basic classes include: Oxidize dictates (transmitted by hydrogen, oxygen, or only electrons from one substance to another) Transferees (transferred to the group of atoms) Hydrolyses (catalyze the hydrolysis reaction, cleaves substrates for water entry) Lease (cleaves the bond between carbons, or carbon-nitrogen without water inlet) Isomerizes (is mediation reaction) Lease (combining two compounds to form new bonds)

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