By F. F. Nord
Advances in Enzymology and similar parts of Molecular Biology is a seminal sequence within the box of biochemistry, providing researchers entry to authoritative studies of the most recent discoveries in all components of enzymology and molecular biology. those landmark volumes date again to 1941, supplying an unequalled view of the historic improvement of enzymology. The sequence deals researchers the newest realizing of enzymes, their mechanisms, reactions and evolution, roles in advanced organic technique, and their software in either the laboratory and undefined. every one quantity within the sequence positive aspects contributions by means of major pioneers and investigators within the box from worldwide. All articles are conscientiously edited to make sure thoroughness, caliber, and clarity.
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This is far less than the quantity present in chromosomes. It is comparable to the quanfi- 30 A. E. MIRSKY ties present in some bacteria. In streptococci 2 to 6% of the dry weight is desoxyribose nucleic acid (79). In these bacteria this represents only 10 to 30% of the total nucleic acid present, the remainder being ribose nucleic acid. Little, if any, ribose nucleic acid was found in vaccinia. It is possible that in the washing to which vaccinia particles are subjected preparatory to analysis much ribose nucleic acid is removed.
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