Tag: enzyme

Study on Biochemical Preparation of Natural and Rare Carbohydrate (Pentoses)

Unnatural or unusual monosaccharides can be produced via biochemical processes, which are mainly microbial or enzymatic. By fermenting D-glucose with Candida famata R28, D-arabitol was generated. Acetobacter aceti IFO 3281 may manufacture D-xylulose from D-arabitol. Using L-ribose isomerase, D-lyxose was generated enzymatically from D-xylulose (L-RI). Ribitol is a kind of ribitol.  Microbial bioconversion with Acetobacter […]

A Proposal for a Cancer Treatment Study Involving Radioactive Metal Co-factor Enzymes

Cancer is a terrible medical illness in which abnormal cells form tumours in the tissues or organs of the body. Cancer cells have a high need for energy, protein (cell structural substrates), and metabolic enzyme activity due to their rapid metabolism. Cancer cells’ metabolic functions will be impeded, and their growth will be reduced or […]

Enzyme and Lectin Relationships in Cell Biology (Not Only Microbiology But Also Mammals and Plants)

Inter- and intramolecular relationships and directions in co-functioning lectins and enzymes are identified and ordered. The regularities of these relationships are highlighted and used as additional parameters for lectins and lectinic enzymes that are “true.” The findings point to the significance and potential of lectin-enzyme/ enzyme-lectin relationships in molecular and clinical cell biology, microbiology, medical […]

Bioluminescence of Symbiont Bacteria in Marine Life

Bioluminescence is a natural phenomenon found in living things that emit light without emitting heat. Bioluminescence can be produced in three ways, namely from special photocytes cells, glands in tissues, and luminescent bacteria that are symbiotic to the host. Bioluminescence in Loligo sp and Harpadon nehereus is known to originate from luminescent bacteria which are […]

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