Screenshot of EnzymeML code

Enzyme ML

Screenshot of EnzymeML code

Enzyme ML

EnzymeML is a free and open standard based XML markup interchange format for enzyme kinetics. The purpose of EnzymeML is to store and exchange enzyme kinetic data between databases, instruments and software tools. EnzymeML will allow scientists to share their experimental protocols and results even if they are using different instruments, electronic laboratory notebooks, or databases.

EnzymeML originated by members of the STRENDA Project. The development is jointly led by Juergen Pleiss, Neil Swainston and Santiago Schnell.

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Santiago Schnell
John A. Jacquez Collegiate Professor of Physiology

My research focuses on developing standard-methods to obtain high quality measurements in the biomedical sciences and mathematical models of biomedical systems.