1. Recombinant Proteins
  2. Enzymes & Regulators

Enzymes are biological catalysts (biocatalysts) found in biological systems that are catalysts for specific biochemical processes. Most of enzymes are proteins with catalytic activity. Also RNA molecules have catalytic activity (ribozymes). The biological processes that occur within all living organisms are chemical reactions, and most are regulated by enzymes. Enzymes catalyze virtually all the chemical reactions within cells. Many inherited human diseases, such as albinism and phenylketonuria, are caused by a deficiency of a particular enzyme. Enzyme-catalysed reaction can be reduced by inhibitors (foreign or natural components). Many toxins and pharmacologically active agents act by inhibiting specific enzyme-catalyzed.

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