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This excellent monograph is based on a series of lectures on the isolation and chemistry of the proteolytic enzymes and bacteriophage, which were given at Columbia University in 1938. Although the historical development of the subject has been given adequate attention it is primarily a review of the author's own experimental work.
The contents consist of seven chapters devoted, respectively, to the general chemistry of enzymes; pepsin; pepsinogen; chymo-trypsinogen and chymo-trypsin; trypsinogen, trypsin and trypsin-inhibitor; carboxypeptidase; bacteriophage, and finally, an appendix containing detailed directions for the preparation and crystallization of the enzymes.
The book is written in a very interesting
Crystalline Enzymes.. Ann Intern Med. 1939;13:196–197. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-13-1-196_3
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