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Published by Karger in Muenchen .
Written in English


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ISBN 103805579012

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  This book presents basic and extensive information on the physiological and pathological significance of the protein-modifying enzymes, transglutaminases, which are involved in multiple Brand: Springer Japan. 1. Introduction. Transglutaminases were first discovered in the s as enzymes found in mammalian liver homogenates capable of catalyzing calcium-dependent covalent bonds between small molecule Cited by: This book presents basic and extensive information on the physiological and pathological significance of the protein-modifying enzymes, transglutaminases, which are involved in multiple biological events . Transglutaminase. Transglutaminase (TGase) is a food-grade enzyme that uses the acyltransferase mechanism, in the presence of Ca ion, to catalyze the transfer of gamma-carboxyamide (acyl donor) .

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