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PeproTech GmbH, Germany

Supporting life science research since 1988, PeproTech is the trusted source for the developing and manufacturing of high quality cytokine products for the life-science and cell therapy markets. Over the past 27 years the company has grown into a global enterprise with state-of-the-art manufacturin more

Biomol GmbH, Germany

Biomol GmbH offers antibodies, enzymes, bioactive lipids, microarrays and reagents for biomedical research. Our focus is on cellular regulation and signal transduction. Together with our partners, we also provide a variety of specialized kits for drug discovery. more

Takara Bio Europe S.A.S., France

Takara Bio Europe and Clontech Laboratories are members of the Takara Bio Group, a leading supplier of tools for life scientists worldwide. Through our brand names Takara® and Clontech® we develop innovative technologies in the fields of Cell Biology, Molecular Biology and Proteomics. Takara Bio h more

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MolYsis: Selective Enrichment and Isolation of Bacterial and Fungal DNA from Host Material

New: Molzym’s MolYsis technology allows now for selective enrichment and isolation of bacterial and fungal DNA from 0.2-10 ml liquid samples and tissues more

Quality for PCR: Highly Active Taq Polymerase

MolTaq: Molzym’s highly processive and robust Taq DNA polymerase for high quality PCR performance more

DNA-Free Water for PCR

Avoid DNA contaminations in your PCR assay. Molzym’s DNA-free Water is a high quality PCR grade water, enabling a sensitive and reliable PCR more

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News Enzymes

  • First stable semisynthetic organism created

    Life's genetic code has only ever contained four natural bases. These bases pair up to form two "base pairs"--the rungs of the DNA ladder--and they have simply been rearranged to create bacteria and butterflies, penguins and people. Four bases make up all life as we know it. Until now. Scientists at more

  • How bacteria exploit a chink in the body's armor

    Scientists have discovered how a unique bacterial enzyme can blunt the body's key weapons in its fight against infection. Researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Newcastle University in the U.K. are investigating how infectious microbes can survive attacks by the body's imm more

  • First complete interactome map of human receptor tyrosine kinases and phosphatases

    In 2011, Igor Stagljar, a professor in the University of Toronto's Donnelly Centre, came across a study that genetically linked two genes in the cell to a hard-to-treat (triple negative) breast cancer. It was not clear how the proteins encoded by these genes worked, but Stagljar had a unique way to more

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Stanford scientists produce cancer drug in a plant

A common cancer drug was discovered in a Himalayan plant, and until now that plant was the only source of the drug. Now, a Stanford chemical engineer has identified the 10 drug-making enzymes and placed them into another plant that is easier to grow in the lab. This is the first step to being ab ... more

Chaperones - folding helpers in the cell

Nothing works without the correct form: For most proteins, there are millions of ways in which these molecules, composed of long chains of amino acids, can be folded - but only one way is the right one. Researchers in the department "Cellular Biochemistry" at the Max Planck Institute for Biochem ... more

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Crime Scene Chemistry

Anyone who’s watched CSI or similar shows knows that, whenever the investigating team are on the scene of a gruesome and bloody murder, luminol solution gets sprayed liberally over absolutely everything. The result is a pale blue luminescence whenever the solution meets blood, which itself is a cons more

Why Do Avocados Turn Brown?

Anyone who’s ever purchased an avocado will testify that, after taking several days to reach the point of perfect ripeness, they remain at that point for an incredibly short amount of time before morphing into a brown, sludgy mess. As if to confound this problem, if you do catch them at the optimum more

What Compounds Cause Garlic Breath?

The latest food chemistry graphic looks at garlic and a couple of its well known effects. Garlic is frequently used in cooking, but its use comes with the unwanted accompaniment of ‘garlic breath’. On the more beneficial side of things, it can also have antibacterial properties. This post examines t more

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Events Enzymes

Course
25-06 – 30-06
2017
Canterbury, GB

The application of kinetic methods to dynamic biological systems

The EMBO Practical Course is designed to give a thorough training in the principles and practice of transient and single molecule kinetics as applied to biological macromolecules.Transient kinetics is a well-established field which has made major contributions to the understanding of both the mechan

Course
17-09 – 21-09
2017
Diablerets, CH

DNA topoisomerases and DNA topology

The helical structure of DNA and the helical organization of chromatin fibres necessarily involve topological problems arising during vital processes like DNA replication, transcription, recombination and chromatin packing. In healthy cells all these problems are resolved by the action of nuclear en

Conference
18-09 – 20-09
2017
London, GB

World Biotechnology Conference

To discuss the advancing knowledge and latest techniques in fields of biomedicine, crop improvement, renewable chemicals, polymer biotechnology, synthetic biology, novel enzymes, food ingredients, biofuels, environmental protection/remediation, biopharmaceuticals and biopesticide production. Sharing

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Definition

List of enzymes

List of enzymes This article is a list of enzyme s, sorted by their respective sub-categories and EC number . See also: * List of EC numbers * List of EC numbers (EC 1) * List of EC numbers (EC 2) * List of EC numbers (EC 3) * List of EC num ... more

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