Browsing by Author "Peterson, Michelle E."

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  • The molecular basis of the effect of temperature on enzyme activity

    Daniel, Roy M.; Peterson, Michelle E.; Danson, Michael J.; Price, Nicholas C.; Kelly, Sharon M.; Monk, Colin R.; Weinberg, Cristina S.; Oudshoorn, Matthew Leslie; Lee, Charles Kai-Wu (Portland Press Ltd, 2010)
    Experimental data show that the effect of temperature on enzymes cannot be adequately explained in terms of a two-state model based on increases in activity and denaturation. The Equilibrium Model provides a quantitative ...
  • A new intrinsic thermal parameter for enzymes reveals true temperature optima

    Peterson, Michelle E.; Eisenthal, Robert; Danson, Michael J.; Spence, Alastair; Daniel, Roy M. (The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Inc., 2004)
    Two established thermal properties of enzymes are the Arrhenius activation energy and thermal stability. Arising from anomalies found in the variation of enzyme activity with temperature, a comparison has been made of ...
  • New parameters controlling the effect of temperature on enzyme activity

    Daniel, Roy M.; Danson, Michael J.; Eisenthal, Robert; Lee, Charles Kai-Wu; Peterson, Michelle E. (Portland Press, 2007)
    Arising from careful measurements of the thermal behaviour of enzymes, a new model, the Equilibrium Model, has been developed to explain more fully the effects of temperature on enzymes. The model describes the effect of ...
  • Review: The effect of temperature on enzyme activity: new insights and their implications

    Daniel, Roy M.; Danson, Michael J.; Eisenthal, Robert; Lee, Charles Kai-Wu; Peterson, Michelle E. (2007)
    The two established thermal properties of enzymes are their activation energy and their thermal stability. Arising from careful measurements of the thermal behaviour of enzymes, a new model, the Equilibrium Model, has been ...
  • The thermal behaviour of enzyme activity: implications for biotechnology

    Eisenthal, Robert; Peterson, Michelle E.; Daniel, Roy M.; Danson, Michael J. (Elsevier, 2006)
    The way that enzymes respond to temperature is fundamental to many areas of biotechnology. This has long been explained in terms of enzyme stability and catalytic activation energy, but recent observations of enzyme behaviour ...