Enzyme: MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia
Enzymes are complex proteins that cause a specific chemical change in all parts of the body. For example, they can help break down the foods we eat so the body can use them. Blood clotting is another example
Enzyme Database - BRENDA
Enzyme lets you write unit tests for React components. This guide covers Enzyme 3.x.
Papain - Worthington Enzyme Manual
I.U.B.: 126.96.36.199 C.A.S.: 9001-73-4. Enzymatic Reaction (image will open in a new window). Papain is a cysteine hydrolase that is stable and active under a wide range of conditions. It is very stable even at elevated temperatures (Cohen et al. 1986). The latex of Carica papaya is a rich source of four cysteine endopeptidases including papain, chymopapain, glycyl endopeptidase, and caricain.
Which Enzymes with Which Foods? - EnzymeStuff Site
This independent site is for education and information about digestive enzymes. There is a large need to provide practical and general information on enzyme therapy for a wide range of uses.
Enzyme Finder | NEB
Locate commercially available restriction enzymes by category, name, recognition sequence, or overhang.
Enzyme types - EnzymeStuff
Selecting Enzyme Products. There are two main considerations in getting the best results with digestive enzymes: (adapted excerpt from book 'Enzymes for Autism and other Neurological Conditions')
Catalase - An Extraordinary Enzyme
Catalase is an extraordinary enzyme. It is ubiquitous, it is found in animal and in plant cells. It catalyses crucial reactions involving H2O2, with extraordinary efficiency, and apparently having two distinct functionalities.
Activation Energy and Enzymes - Sumanas, Inc.
TITLE: Activation Energy and Enzymes SOURCE: Freeman, S, Biological Science, Second Edition, Pearson Prentice Hall, Inc. © 2006 Pearson Prentice Hall, Inc. KEYWORDS ...
Enzyme Characteristics - Biology in Motion
Interactive animation showing the basic characteristics of enzymes using a wrench as an analogy.