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Active Site

Active Site is defined as a part of an enzyme where substrates bind and undergo a chemical reaction. The majority of enzymes are proteins but RNA enzymes called ribozymes also exist. The active site of an enzyme is usually found in a cleft or pocket that is lined by amino acid residues (or nucleotides in ribozymes) that participates in recognition of the substrate. Residues that directly participate in the catalytic reaction mechanism are called active site residues.

Cold Chain IQ News

CSafe announced today that it has subcontracted maintenance and repair services for their CSafe RKN at both the Seattle and Dulles International Airports. This notice follows their June announcement of the opening of their CSafe managed service...

Contributor: Cold Chain IQ News
Thu, 09/18/2014
Shirley Williams

What exciting times we are living in. Well I guess it depends on what side of the table you happen to be sitting but I think it exciting regardless. It is fair to say marketing as we know it has radically changed.  The arrival of the social...

Contributor: Shirley Williams
Tue, 08/28/2012
Patricia Crabbe

Patricia Crabbe, Clinical Supply Manager, Ablynx, a biopharmaceutical company located in Ghent, Belgium shares her experience of implementing an IVRS system.

“We implemented an IVRS system to manage a multi-site supply chain within the...

Contributor: Patricia Crabbe
Wed, 08/22/2012
The SAT-EU Survey on Attitudes Towards Trial Site Selection in Europe

While it is common wisdom in healthcare circles that speed of regulatory approvals is a key factor negatively influencing trial incidence,  the relative weight of multiple other criteria is simply not known. Information in this respect is neither...

Contributor: Pharma IQ Surveys
Sun, 09/25/2011