Customer Education

Sigma® Life Science Presents a Technical Webinar – Enzyme Explorer Library Navigation and Application

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 Abstract

Originally launched in 2001, Enzyme Explorer was Sigma-Aldrich's first Web-based tool developed to provide customers with on-line technical resources to aid in their research and manufacturing applications. Since that time, Sigma scientists and curators have continually added content and new functionality.

One example of the tools available is the Enzyme Explorer’s Assay Library. It features over 600 detailed procedures for measuring enzyme activity and related metabolites. The Library is the result of over ten years of in-house process development by Sigma-Aldrich scientists. In addition, we have recently upgraded the classical Nicholson Metabolic Pathway Chart. Now all metabolites, enzymes, and selected pathways are searchable and interactive.  The Enzyme Explorer also provides easy access to the most extensive line of enzyme, proteins, substrate, inhibitor and cofactor related products in the industry.

This webinar will give an overview of all the tools and content available and help users navigate to the content they need.

To learn more about and to access Sigma’s Enzyme Explorer, please click here.

Topics will include:

  • Sigma-Aldrich product offerings searchable based on Applications, Enzyme Class, Substrate, Inhibitor, Cofactor and Lectin indices.
  • Highlighting Precisio™ Kinases.
  • Exploring enzymes, reagents and kits based on application such as IVD Diagnostic Manufacturing, Drug Discovery & Cell Signaling, Analytical, & Industrial, Genomics and Functional Genomics.
  • Additional material available at the Learning Center feature such as plasma protein resources and the interactive metabolic pathway map.

 Speaker

Bob Gates
Market Segment Manager
Protein Technologies and Assays
Sigma-Aldrich

 

 

Bob joined Sigma-Aldrich in 1979 and has been a Market Segment Manager for the last 15 years.  As a manager he has identified and commercialized more than 500 internally produced and OEM new products.  Prior to that he was involved with Sigma’s R&D and was in charge of production of blood proteins, electrophoresis and affinity chromatography product lines.  He was also responsible for the production of over 100 enzymes from various sources early in his career at Sigma-Aldrich.  Bob earned his Masters degree in chemistry from the Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville in 1983.

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