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    are in a category of enzymes involved in the breakdown of aromatic molecules in order to linearize carbon molecules so that they can be...

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  • Basic Concepts in Biochemistry a Students Survival Guide 2d Ed - Hiram F. Gilbert

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  • Biology 115 Study Guide

    Membrane Proteins and Their Functions   peripheral    Integral proteins   Classification based on function (transport, enzymatic activity, cell‐cell ...

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  • Description of Photosynthesis and Respiration

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  • Biol 200 Exam 1 Study Guide

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    Triphosphate Enzymes are proteins and their function is to act as catalysts to speed up certain chemical reactions in the cell that would be...

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