The Enzymes of Glycolysis: Structure, Activity and Evolution. A Royal Society Discussion organized by Sir David Phillips SEC.RS, C C F Blake, and H C Watson, and held on 16 and 17 October 1980. Published by the Royal Society of London, 1981.
Glycolysis is a fundamental metabolic pathway catalysed by a group of eleven enzymes acting consecutively. This book contains 16 authoritative papers on the molecular structures, activity and evolution of the glycolytic enzymes. It offers both a detailed view of the fundamental processes in glycolysis and a broader view of certain unit processes, such as oxidation-reduction, phosphoryl transfer and proton abstraction, that are of significance to biochemistry as a whole.
Hardback with unclipped dust jacket. Jacket is faded at and near spine, and a previous owner’s name is written on the front endpaper, but the book and jacket are otherwise in excellent condition.