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Chapter 11

Tunnelling does not Contribute Significantly to Enzyme Catalysis, but Studying Temperature Dependence of Isotope Effects is Useful

Many proposals have been put forward to rationalise the origin of the large catalytic power of enzymes (see refs [1,2] for a partial list). Unarguably, this is a complex issue where many factors may be assumed to be important. Thus, it is important to find out which proposals account for the major e...
Print publication date: 27 Mar 2009
Copyright year: 2009
Print ISBN: 978-0-85404-122-0
PDF eISBN: 978-1-84755-997-5
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RSC Biomolecular Sciences