Enzyme Handbook 12

Class 2.3.2 — 2.4 Transferases

  • Dietmar Schomburg
  • Dörte Stephan

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XVII
  2. Dietmar Schomburg, Dörte Stephan
    Pages 1-3
  3. Dietmar Schomburg, Dörte Stephan
    Pages 5-17
  4. Dietmar Schomburg, Dörte Stephan
    Pages 19-21
  5. Dietmar Schomburg, Dörte Stephan
    Pages 23-27
  6. Dietmar Schomburg, Dörte Stephan
    Pages 29-31
  7. Dietmar Schomburg, Dörte Stephan
    Pages 33-35
  8. Dietmar Schomburg, Dörte Stephan
    Pages 37-39
  9. Dietmar Schomburg, Dörte Stephan
    Pages 41-44
  10. Dietmar Schomburg, Dörte Stephan
    Pages 45-48
  11. Dietmar Schomburg, Dörte Stephan
    Pages 49-52
  12. Dietmar Schomburg, Dörte Stephan
    Pages 53-55
  13. Dietmar Schomburg, Dörte Stephan
    Pages 57-60
  14. Dietmar Schomburg, Dörte Stephan
    Pages 61-71
  15. Dietmar Schomburg, Dörte Stephan
    Pages 73-75
  16. Dietmar Schomburg, Dörte Stephan
    Pages 77-79
  17. Dietmar Schomburg, Dörte Stephan
    Pages 81-97
  18. Dietmar Schomburg, Dörte Stephan
    Pages 99-102
  19. Dietmar Schomburg, Dörte Stephan
    Pages 103-105
  20. Dietmar Schomburg, Dörte Stephan
    Pages 107-112

About this book

Introduction

Recent progress on enzyme immobilisation, enzyme production, coenzyme re­ generation and enzyme engineering has opened up fascinating new fields for the potential application of enzymes in a large range of different areas. As more progress in research and application of enzymes has been made the lack of an up-to-date overview of enzyme molecular properties has become more appar­ ent. Therefore, we started the development of an enzyme data information sys­ tem as part of protein-design activities at GBF. The present book "Enzyme Hand­ book" represents the printed vers ion of this data bank. In future a computer searchable version will be also available. The enzymes in this Handbook are arranged according to the Enzyme Com­ mission list of enzymes. Some 3000 "different" enzymes will be covered. Fre­ quently enzymes with very different properties are included under the same EC number. Although we intend to give a representative overview on the char­ acteristics and variability of each enzyme the Handbook is not a compendium. The reader will have to go to the primary literature for more detailed information. Naturally it is not possible to cover aII the numerous literature references for each enzyme (for special enzymes up to 40000) if the data representation is to be concise as is intended.

Keywords

ATP Alanin DNA Disaccharid Galactose Glutamin Glycogen Nucleotide Oligosaccharid Polysaccharid Purine Pyrimidine biotechnology enzymes reaction

Editors and affiliations

  • Dietmar Schomburg
    • 1
  • Dörte Stephan
    • 1
  1. 1.GBF — Gesellschaft für Biotechnologische Forschung mbHBraunschweigGermany

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-61117-9
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1996
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-642-47805-5
  • Online ISBN 978-3-642-61117-9
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