enzymologist


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a person who is trained in or engaged in enzymology

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Walsh offers a rare and remarkable combination of both business and scientific expertise; he has been on the boards of several other successful enterprises, and is a world-renowned enzymologist with extensive knowledge of the evolution of antibiotic resistance and mechanisms of action.
For students of protein structure, metabolism, and cellular signaling, Walsh (biological chemistry, molecular pharmacology, Harvard Medical School), a leading enzymologist, examines major classes of posttranslational modifications (PTMs) that account for the diversity of protein structure and function in living cells.
Klinman, an enzymologist at the University of California, Berkeley.
Gunter Fischer, preeminent enzymologist at the Max-Planck Institute; and Dr.
Thierry Michon, formerly an enzymologist for the National Center for Scientific Research in France, Dr.
Goodhue cultured the organism and then assigned Roy Snoke, a newly hired enzymologist, the job of isolating the enzyme and determining how it could be used.
Wilkinson was an internationally recognized clinical enzymologist and a founding member of the International Society of Clinical Enzymology.
Lead Finder satisfies the needs of computational chemists and medicinal chemists involved in the discovery process, pharmacologists and toxicologists involved in the modeling and evaluation of ADMET properties in silico, and biochemists and enzymologists working on enzyme specificity and rational enzyme design.