Anthrax is an illness caused by the bacterium bacillus anthracis. The bacteria are spread through spores and can infect the host cutaneously, inhalationally, or gastrointestinally. If infected, anthrax can often be fatal to the host. The bacteria employ a synergistic binary mechanism in order to infect . . .
Dr. Mark F. Reynolds
Introduction Tyrosinase is an enzyme involved with that catalysis of monophenols and catechols. Specifically in mammals, tyrosinase catalyzes two steps in the biosynthesis of melanin pigments from tyrosine. The pigment produced from this reaction is used in eyes, hair, and skin. In this laboratory . . .