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catalytic site

[¦kad·əl¦id·ik ‚sīt]
(chemistry)
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The tool detects the weak magnetic interactions in the catalytic site to uncover the structure and activation of the substrate water molecules in the S2 intermediate of photosystem II.
Quinidine binds to the same biding site on CYP2D6 as the model probe substrate dextromethorphan to cause competitive inhibition for the catalytic site (McLaughlin et al.
It may be possible to develop macrosubstrates of much higher target specificity by making bifunctional substrates in which one end mediates binding to an exosite and the other serves as a substrate for the catalytic site.
The Company's broadly enabling discovery capabilities, licensed from Harvard Medical School, promote the rapid identification of optimal substrates and provides comprehensive structural information about enzyme catalytic site requirements, facilitating HTS assay development and crystallization studies for drug discovery.
The Amino Acid Preference Matrix generated by our technology also provides comprehensive structural information about the catalytic site requirements of protease targets," said John Schulte, C.
and Vertex Pharmaceuticals Incorporated (Nasdaq: VRTX) announced today they have entered into a collaboration whereby Consensus will provide Vertex with substrates and chemical analysis of the catalytic site requirements for 10 targets in the protease gene family.
Essential is to overcome limitations of the state-of-the-art, such as intra-pore diffusion limitations for reactants (CO) in the working catalyst and the detrimental direct contact of the two types of catalytic sites.
Due to the small size of the nickel nanoparticles (approximately 10 nanometers), which have been distributed homogenously on the surface of the composite graphite, active catalytic sites increase on the surface of the electrode.
SP If you can control the outermost two or three atomic layers of these tubes so that there are no unwanted catalytic sites that form filamentous coke, you've eliminated that problem.
Iowa State noted that Lin's particles can also be used as a catalyst for the efficient conversion of animals fats to biodiesel via the creation of a mixed oxide catalyst with both acidic and basic catalytic sites.
Also, solid particles suspended in the atmosphere can react with surrounding gases or act as catalytic sites where other substances can conveniently intermingle and react.
Platinum Plus both catalytically activated the oxidation of soot in the engine and exhaust, and provided a constant replenishment of active catalytic sites on the filter surfaces.