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A better way to automate enzyme assay analysis

What are enzyme assays?

Enzymes are a special kind of protein found in cells of living organisms. They’re made up of long chains of amino acids held together by peptide bonds. No two types of enzymes have the same amino acid structure, and each enzyme has its own unique shape. Automation of enzyme assays is becoming increasingly important and instrumentation is being developed to satisfy this need.

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