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Sashi Sharma

Department of Enzymology, University of Gujarat, India

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    Unraveling the Architectural Complexity of Enzymes: Implications for Function, Evolution, and Therapeutics
    Author(s): Sashi Sharma*

    Enzymes, the remarkable catalysts orchestrating the myriad chemical reactions within living organisms, exhibit an astounding architectural complexity that underlies their diverse functions and evolutionary history. Understanding the intricacies of enzyme structure has farreaching implications, spanning from fundamental biochemical insights to practical applications in therapeutics and biotechnology. In this article, we embark on a journey to unravel the mysteries of enzyme architecture, exploring how their three-dimensional arrangements dictate catalytic efficiency, substrate specificity, and intricate regulatory mechanisms. Through a comprehensive review of cutting-edge research, we shed light on the evolutionary forces that have shaped these molecular machineries and led to the remarkable diversity of enzymes across different species and ecosystem.. View More»

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