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Enzyme Large biological molecule that acts as a catalyst “Biocatalyst” redirects here. For the use of natural catalysts in organic chemistry, see Biocatalysis. The enzyme glucosidase converts the sugar maltose into two glucose sugars. Active site residues in red, maltose substrate in black, and NAD cofactor in yellow. (PDB: 1OBB​) Part of a series onBiochemistry… read more »

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Enzyme Large biological molecule that acts as a catalyst “Biocatalyst” redirects here. For the use of natural catalysts in organic chemistry, see Biocatalysis. The enzyme glucosidase converts the sugar maltose into two glucose sugars. Active site residues in red, maltose substrate in black, and NAD cofactor in yellow. (PDB: 1OBB​) Part of a series onBiochemistry… read more »

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Enzyme Large biological molecule that acts as a catalyst “Biocatalyst” redirects here. For the use of natural catalysts in organic chemistry, see Biocatalysis. The enzyme glucosidase converts the sugar maltose into two glucose sugars. Active site residues in red, maltose substrate in black, and NAD cofactor in yellow. (PDB: 1OBB​) Part of a series onBiochemistry… read more »

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