Good programm for enzyme kinetics needed

Petr Kuzmic pkuzmic at biokin.com
Thu May 28 08:12:56 EST 1998


Pedro Mendes wrote:

> I'd also
> recommend the following paper: Johnson ML (1992) "Why, when, and how
> biochemists should use least squares" Anal.Biochem. 206, 215-225

M.L. Johnson periodically rewrites a constantly developing (and a very
good!) paper every few years for the Methods in Enzymology:

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@article { John9401,
author 	= "M. L. Johnson",
title 	= "Use of least-squares techniques in biochemistry",
journal = "Meth. Enzymol.",
volume 	= "240", 
pages 	= "1-23", 
year 	= "1994" }

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
@article { John9201,
author 	= "M. L. Johnson and L. M. Faunt",
title 	= "Parameter estimation by least-squares methods",
journal = "Meth. Enzymol.",
volume 	= "210", 
pages 	= "1-37", 
year 	= "1992" }

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
@article { John8501,
author 	= "M. L. Johnson and S. G. Frasier",
title 	= "Nonlinear least-squares analysis",
journal = "Meth. Enzymol.",
volume 	= "117", 
pages 	= "301-342", 
year 	= "1985" }

There are some very good books also, which I always keep around:

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@book { Rawl88,
author 	= "J. O. Rawlings",
title 	= "Applied Regression Analysis -- A Research Tool",
publisher = "Wadsworth", 
address = "Belmont", 
year 	= "1988"}

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
@book { Reic92,
author 	= "J. G. Reich",
title 	= "Curve Fitting and Modelling for Scientists and Engineers",
publisher = "McGraw-Hill", 
address = "New York", 
year 	= "1992" }

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@book { Bate88,
author 	= "D. M. Bates and D. W. Watts",
title 	= "Nonlinear Regression Analysis and Its Applications",
publisher = "Wiley", 
address = "New York", 
year 	= "1988" }

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@book { Drap81,
author 	= "N. Draper and H. Smith",
title 	= "Applied Regression Analysis",
publisher = "Wiley", 
address = "New York", 
year 	= "1981" }

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@book { Sebe89,
author 	= "G. A. F. Seber and C. J. Wild",
title 	= "Nonlinear Regression",
publisher = "Wiley", 
address = "New York", 
year 	= "1989"}


> In short, go with DynaFit which is the best program around for this purpose.

I can endorese that 100% (thanks for the compliment: a cold beer on me,
Pedro.)  The program is available at the URL below.

	-- Petr
 
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