Enzymology & Thermodynamics

In the presence of an enzyme, the reaction runs in the same direction as it would run without an enzyme, but just more quickly. The reaction rate is dependent on the activation energy which is needed to form the transition state which then transforms into products. Enzymes increase  the reaction rates by decreasing the transition state energy. First, binding forms an enzyme-substrate complex (ES) with low energy. Secondly the transition state is stabilized by the enzyme such that it requires lesser energy to achieve compared to the uncatalyzed reaction (ES‡). Finally the enzyme-product complex (EP) gets dissociated to release the products

  • Catalytic mechanisms of enzymes
  • Enzyme-substrate complex
  • Transition state of enzymes
  • Transformation of substrate
  • Production of intracellular components
  • Production of extracellular metabolites
  • Production of biomass
  • Product recovery
  • Enzymes in food digestion
  • Applications of immobilized enzymes in food
  • Single cell protein

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