What Jinglin has invented, Woodbury, is one way to find a peptide that allow us to both put an enzyme in a particular place and modulate their activity, it allows us to begin to group different enzymes function function . Besides possible biomedical applications of the enzyme by the group has toolkit research could possible be applied modulating enzymes for a variety of industrial sectors, for new washing or pharmaceuticals. Furthermore, the strategy is not limited to peptides. It can theoretically be applied to virtually any suitable small molecule for an arrangement such that the technique extremely versatile.. In the current study, Fu team was able to Furthermore, the that peptides observed on the activity of the three major classes of enzymes were.
Enzymes, key catalysts accelerate the reaction in every cell, are essential for life. As Neal Woodbury, chief scientist of Biodesign Institute at Arizona State University, stated that all the processes that happening inside the body, essentially without exception, are run by enzymes. Enzymes are also a valuable tool in biomedical research, supporting the development of diagnostic tests and treatments for a range of human diseases. AbleBut the investigation of the role of enzymes can be tricky. One approach was a specialized platform as microarray are known – where glass slide with 10,000 protein fragments, peptides known to their to their ability to interact with specific enzymes and alter their activity to be screened to be deposited. On the microarray can screen thousands of molecules simultaneously, says Fu, whereby.With kind permission of kaisernetwork.org kaisernetwork.org emphasis You can view the entire Kaiser Daily HIV / AIDS see report are looking for in the archives of and log in to on e-mail released in service Kaiser Daily HIV / AIDS report for emperors network. Reserved a free service of of The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation 2005 Advisory Board Company and Kaiser Family Foundation All Rights Reserved part.