Michaelis Menten kinetics is a model used to describe the rate of enzyme-catalyzed reactions. The model was developed by Leonor Michaelis and Maud Menten in 1913 and is still used today to explain how enzymes work. The model is based on enzymes binding to substrates to form an enzyme-substrate complex. The substrate then undergoes a chemical reaction, releasing the products from the complex. The Michaelis …
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Principle, Procedure and Results of Folin Lowry Method- One of the essential methods for estimating protein is the Folin Lowry method. Folin and Lowry developed it in 1915. This method is based on the principle that all proteins yield the same amount of nitrogen when oxidized. Principle of Folin Lowry method This method is a colorimetric assay for determining nitrogen in organic compounds. The method … Continue reading Principle, Procedure and Results of Folin Lowry Method
What is the Polymer of Fructose? Fructose is a simple sugar that is found in many foods. It is a component of table sugar, fruits, and honey. In this article, we will take a closer look at the chemical structure of fructose and how it relates to other sugars. What is the Polymer of Fructose? The polymer of fructose is a type of sugar found … Continue reading What is the Polymer of Fructose?- What is Inulin?