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Enzyme Inhibition and Bioapplications

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Enzyme Inhibition and Bioapplications
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535105855
Number of pages: 314

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Enzyme Inhibition and Bioapplications is a concise book on applied methods of enzymes used in drug testing. The present volume will serve the purpose of applied drug evaluation methods in research projects, as well as relatively experienced enzyme scientists who might wish to develop their experiments further.

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