Enzyme V(I)  Catalytic Mechanisms​: Acid and base catalysis; Covalent catalysis; Reaction Mechanism of RNase, Lysozyme and Chymotrypsin

Enzyme V(I) Catalytic Mechanisms​: Acid and base catalysis; Covalent catalysis; Reaction Mechanism of RNase, Lysozyme and Chymotrypsin

March 2, 2022

Enzyme V(I)  Catalytic Mechanisms​: Acid and base catalysis; Covalent catalysis; Reaction Mechanism of RNaseLysozyme and Chymotrypsin

Once a substrate is bound to an enzyme, properly positioned catalytic functional groups assists in the cleavage and formation of bonds by a variety of mechanisms, including:

  • Acid-base catalysis
  • Covalent catalysis
  • Metal ion catalysis
  • Proximity and orientation effects
  • Preferential binding to transition state (Transition state stabilization)

2 responses to “Enzyme V(I) Catalytic Mechanisms​: Acid and base catalysis; Covalent catalysis; Reaction Mechanism of RNase, Lysozyme and Chymotrypsin”

  1. Kalyani semwal says:

    These ppts are very helpful😊thank you

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