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Chapter 1

The Transition-State Theory Description of Enzyme Catalysis for Classically Activated Reactions

Two facts about enzymes have probably been primarily responsible for the many thousands of person-years of research devoted to understanding their mechanisms of action: enzymes are ubiquitous catalysts for biochemical transformations, and they are able to achieve rate enhancements and/or substrate s...
Print publication date: 27 Mar 2009
Copyright year: 2009
Print ISBN: 978-0-85404-122-0
PDF eISBN: 978-1-84755-997-5
From the book series:
RSC Biomolecular Sciences