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Edited by The enzymes. Vol. 5. Part B. Hydrolytic cleavage, phosphate ester cleavage, acid anhydride cleavage, phosphorolytic cleavage, C-C synthesis and cleavage, isomerization, hydration and dehydration



Edited by The enzymes. Vol. 5. Part B. Hydrolytic cleavage, phosphate ester cleavage, acid anhydride cleavage, phosphorolytic cleavage, C-C synthesis and cleavage, isomerization, hydration and dehydration



Edited by The enzymes Vol 5 Part B Hydrolytic cleavage, phosphate ester cleavage, acid anhydride cleavage, phosphorolytic cleavage, C-C synthesis and cleavage, isomerization, hydration and dehydration xix+645p



This volume continues the presentation of available information about individual enzymes on the molecular level, started with Volume 4 of this series. Volume 4 presented chapters on enzymes hydrolyzing peptide and otherC[long dash]N bonds, glycosidic bonds, and hydration and dehydration. Information on sulfatases which could logically appear in this volume is covered in a chapter on sulfate transfer prepared for Volume 6 of this series. In both Volumes 4 and 5, survey chapters by recognized authorities are included to summarize information about those enzymes of a particular group about which sufficient information is not available to warrant separate chapters. In addition, the survey chapters give an appraisal of characteristics of and generalizations about a group of enzymes as a whole. Abstracts of the articles in this volume will be found in their appropriate sections of Biological Abstracts.

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