I am new to Biology and I am reading some papers about kinase proteins. I know what kinases do in the body. However, I found it hard to understand what are "kinetics". I googled this term but it seems it is a general term and I couldn't understand it.
I came across the following sentence in a paper, and I am not able to understand it:
"many substrates of a given kinase have similar temporal kinetics"
I know what "substrates" and "kinase" means. But I don't know what "temporal kinetics" means here.
I appreciate the chance if somebody let me know the meaning of "temporal kinetics".