enzymologist


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a person who is trained in or engaged in enzymology

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Enzymologists knew that catalysis must be accompanied by structural transitions of the catalyst.
Highlights included the opening plenary lecture by Gregory Petsko, Brandeis University, entitled, "The Road to Resolution: A Structural Enzymologist's Adventures Beyond 1 Angstrom," and the plenary lecture by NSERC Gold Medalist Tito Scaiano, FCIC, University of Ottawa, entitled, "Carbanion Studies: From Drug Photostability to Carbanion Kinetics and New Photocages," on the final day of the conference.
This requires an enormous amount of expertise and any enzymologist will say that the behavior of enzymes in an assay can very well depend on the weather.
The work that ultimately led to the development of a monoclonal antibody (Conan-MB) reactive only with the CK-MB isoenzyme, and quantitative tests for CK-MB (8) began as one of the Monsanto projects and involved my colleague Dave Dietzler, who was a very talented enzymologist (2).
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.
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.