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2nd Zing Enzymes, Coenzymes & Metabolic Pathways Conference

17 Nov 2013 - 21 Nov 2013 - Xcaret, Mexico



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This conference will highlight both fundamental and applied aspects of contemporary, state-of-the-art enzymology emphasizing enzyme complexes and the role of protein/protein interactions. In particular, the conference will offer sessions exploring new discoveries in metalloenzyme biochemistry, enzymology of nucleic acid replication and processing, multi-protein complex enzymatic systems, evolution of enzyme structure/function, and allosteric interactions in regulation, using a variety of methods such as mechanistic enzymology, enzyme dynamics, structural biology... The conference will feature lectures by many established leaders in the field, as well as emerging researchers, and offer a stimulating and collegial atmosphere for discussion, all in a beautiful Caribbean location.

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