By Michael W. W. Adams, Robert M. Kelly
content material: Biocatalysis close to and above 100°C : an outline / Michael W.W. Adams and Robert M. Kelly --
Metabolic enzymes from sulfur-dependent, super thermophilic organisms / Michael W.W. Adams ... [et al.] --Characterization of enzymes from high-temperature micro organism / Robert M. Kelly ... [et al.] --
Thermally solid urease from thermophilic micro organism / Kenneth Runnion, Joan Combie, and Michael Williamson --
breathing electron-transport parts in hyperthermophilic micro organism / R.J. Maier, L. Black, T. Pihl, and B. Schulman --
Key enzymes within the fundamental nitrogen metabolism of a hyperthermophile / Frank T. Robb .. [et al.] --
Biocatalysis in natural media / Don A. Cowan and Adrian R. Plant --
strain dependence of enzyme catalysis / Peter C. Michels and Douglass S. Clark --
Thermodynamic recommendations for protein layout : elevated temperature balance / Martin Straume, Kenneth P. Murphy, and Ernesto Freire --
balance of extreme temperature enzymes : improvement and checking out of a brand new predictive version / Bruce E. Dale and John P. McBennett --
Computational techniques to modeling and interpreting thermostability in proteins / John E. Wampler ... [et al.] --
DNA-binding proteins and genome topology in thermophilic prokaryotes / D.R. Musgrave ... [et al.] --
purposes of thermostable DNA polymerases in molecular biology / E.J. Mather.
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6. Table V. Effect of various denaturing and chelating agents on P. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1992. ch003 3. KELLY ET AL. Enzymes from High-Temperature Bacteria 33 initiated even with the prospect of needing to process thousands of liters of culture media. Preliminary results obtained from the initial calorimetry study are shown in Figure 2. The instrument used for these studies had as an upper temperature limit approximately 105°C, but this was not high enough to bring about thermal denaturation.
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Ch003 problems must be overcome if meaningful extension is to occur of present knowledge concerning the influence of temperature on protein structure and function. In addition to their physiological significance, the underlying factors that contribute to biocatalysis at extremely high temperatures are intriguing. So far it is not clear whether these factors can be elucidated using existing biochemical and biophysical dogma or if "new rules" must be invoked. Because so little is known about enzymes from bacteria growing at temperatures near and above 100°C, it is difficult to draw any generalizations about the basis for thermostability and activity.