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Because the discovery of the 1st examples of 2-oxoglutarate-dependent oxygenase-catalysed reactions within the Sixties, a remarkably extensive variety of exchange reactions and substrates has been published, and huge advances were accomplished in our figuring out of the buildings and catalytic mechanisms. those enzymes are vital agrochemical pursuits and are being pursued as healing goals for quite a lot of ailments together with melanoma and anemia.
This booklet presents a vital resource of data that summarizes the foremost beneficial properties of the fundamental staff of 2-oxoglutarate-dependent dioxygenases and similar enzymes. Given the varied contemporary advances and biomedical curiosity within the box, this ebook goals to unite the newest examine for these already operating within the box in addition to to supply an advent for these newly coming near near the subject, and for these drawn to translating the fundamental technological know-how into medicinal and agricultural benefits.
The publication starts off with 4 large chapters that spotlight serious points, together with an summary of attainable catalytic reactions, constructions and mechanisms. the subsequent seventeen chapters specialise in rigorously chosen themes, every one written through prime specialists within the region. Readers will locate reasons of quickly evolving study, from the chemistry of isopenicillin N synthase to the oxidation mechanism of 5-methylcytosine in DNA by way of ten-eleven-translocase oxygenases.
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