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July 1, 1933

Ergebnisse der Enzymforschung.

JAMA. 1933;101(1):74. doi:10.1001/jama.1933.02740260076042

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The favorable reception accorded the first volume of the Ergebnisse der Enzymforschung has stimulated the preparation of a second volume bearing the same title. A similar plan of publication has been followed; namely, the collection of summarizing reports on various topics of enzyme research. The subjects discussed make this volume a valuable addition to the one that appeared last year. The new subjects include the kinetics of enzyme reactions, cryolysis and its relation to the mechanism of enzyme action, the stercochemical specificity of esterases and the synthetic action of the ester splitting enzymes, the specificity of emulsin, the experimental basis of the enzymatic splitting of sugars, isolation and properties of crystalline trypsin, chemical reactions and energy relationships in the degradation and synthesis of carbohydrates and their split products, cozymase, the energy metabolism of the yeast cell, glycolysis, the mechanism of dehydrogenation, cytochrome and intracellular respiratory enzymes, peroxidase, blood coagulation, experimental

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