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limiting rate


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limiting rate

rate-limiting step

rate-limiting step

Rate limiting therapy

rate‐limiting step

rate-limiting step

Bacillus subtilisα-amylase: the rate limiting step of secretion is growth phase-independent

UDP-Glucose Pyrophosphorylase is Rate Limiting in Vegetative and Reproductive Phases in Arabidopsis thaliana

UDP-Glucose Pyrophosphorylase is not Rate Limiting, but is Essential in Arabidopsis

Counteracting spontaneous transformation via overexpression of rate-limiting DNA base excision repair enzymes by Guido Frosina

Counteracting spontaneous transformation via overexpression of rate-limiting DNA base excision repair enzymes

Axonal neuregulin 1 is a rate limiting but not essential factor for nerve remyelination

Characterizing rate limiting steps in transcription from RNA production times in live cells

Self-rated health and limiting longstanding illness: inter-relationships with morbidity in early adulthood

Growth rates and biomass production of micropropagated apple plants of M26 and Gravenstein on their own roots and in different micrografted combinations under non-limiting and limiting nutrient conditions

The Arabidopsis CDK inhibitor ICK3/KRP5 is rate limiting for primary root growth and promotes growth through cell elongation and endoreduplication

Overexpression of Coptis japonica Norcoclaurine 6-O-Methyltransferase Overcomes the Rate-Limiting Step in Benzylisoquinoline Alkaloid Biosynthesis in Cultured Eschscholzia californica

Bacterioplankton and phytoplankton production rates compared at different levels of solar ultraviolet radiation and limiting nutrient ratios

CYP46A1, the rate-limiting enzyme for cholesterol degradation, is neuroprotective in Huntington’s disease

 

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symbol: V; the recommended name for the extrapolated rate of an enzyme‐catalysed reaction when the enzyme is saturated with substrate(s). It is equal to the product of the stoichiometric concentration ...

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