Enzymology and Protein Engineering

Protein engineering is the process by which a researcher alters a protein sequence by replacing, replacing, or removing nucleotides from genetic code, with the aim of finding a modified protein that is more suitable for a specific application or purpose than an unmodified protein.

  • Rational design
  • Multiple sequence alignment
  • Coevolutionary analysis
  • Structural prediction
  • Multivalent binding
  • Directed evolution
  • Exon shuffling
  • Semi-rational design

Enzyme engineering is a process of enhancing the function of an existing enzyme or building an enzyme-enhanced function by altering its amino acid sequence. This technology has been developed as a powerful tool for overcoming the evils of native enzymes such as biocatalysts.

  • Active Site
  • Anabolism
  • Nested Gene
  • Mutagenesis
  • Protein Engineering
  • Metabolic Engineering
  • Mutation
  • Enzyme Activity
  • Biocatalyst
  • Enzyme Specificity



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Symposium on Microbial Ecology | Microbiology Annual international Meeting | Microbiology Summit & Expo | Biotechnology Conference | Microbiology Society Annual Conference | Expo on Clinical Microbiology | Expo on Applied Microbiology

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Danish Microbiological Society | French Society for Microbiology | Hellenic Society for Microbiology | Irish Society of Clinical Microbiology | Israel Society for Microbiology | Italian Association for Clinical Microbiology | Scottish Microbiology Society | Society for General Microbiology | Swedish Society of Medical Microbiology