Synzyme

Synzymes are substances with catalytic capabilities. The name synzyme is derived from synthetic enzyme. Current synzymes consist mainly of organic molecules tailored in such a way that they catalyse certain kinds of reactions. Like enzymes, they bind a transition state of a substrate in an active site, and like enzymes they generally obey Michaeli...
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synzyme

A synthetic macromolecule having enzymatic activity. ... Synonym: enzyme analog. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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synzyme

Type: Term Pronunciation: sin′zīm Definitions: 1. A synthetic macromolecule having enzymatic activity. Synonyms: enzyme analogue
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