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Enzyme Technology (Lecture 6)

Enzyme Technology (Lecture 6)

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INDUSTRIAL & ENVIRONMENTALINDUSTRIAL & ENVIRONMENTALBIOTECHNOLOGYBIOTECHNOLOGYCourse # KIBGECourse # KIBGE--707707
AFSHEEN AMAN, Ph.D.Assistant ProfessorIndustrial Biotechnology SectionDr. A.Q. Khan Institute of Biotechnology & Genetic Engineering(KIBGE)University of Karachi
 
ENZYME ISOLATIONENZYME ISOLATION&&ENZYME TECHNOLOGYENZYME TECHNOLOGY
Course # KIBGECourse # KIBGE--707707
 
ENZYME TECHNOLOGY ENZYME TECHNOLOGY 
The use of purified enzymes for generating a usefulproduct or service constitutes enzyme technology.HISTORICAL BACKGROUND
1833: first observation of enzyme activity in a test tubewas reported by Payenand Persoz
1878: The term 'enzyme' was introduced by Kiihne
1890: Fisher suggested the 'lock and key' model of enzyme action
1913: mathematical model of enzyme action wasproposed by Michaelisand Menten
1926: Sumner crystallized, for the first time, an enzyme(urease)

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