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Background of Enzymatic Reactions – Enzyme Catalysis

by Kevin Ahern, PhD
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    The lecture Background of Enzymatic Reactions – Enzyme Catalysis by Kevin Ahern, PhD is from the course Enzymes and Enzyme Kinetics.


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    1. The active site of an enzyme
    2. The allosteric site of an enzyme
    3. The site near the hydrophobic regions
    4. The site near the hydrophilic regions
    5. The location rich in sulfur-containing amino acids
    1. During an enzymatic reaction, the enzyme's shape gets changed permanently, hence the cell needs to produce an enzyme at faster speeds to keep it alive
    2. During an enzymatic reaction, the enzyme brings changes in the substrate molecule or molecules to form product or products
    3. An enzyme speeds up a biochemical reaction by lowering the activation energy
    4. At the end of the enzymatic reaction, the enzyme regains its original shape by releasing the product/products from its surface
    5. According to the induced fit model of enzyme action, the binding of substrate(s) also causes transient changes in the shape of the enzyme

    Author of lecture Background of Enzymatic Reactions – Enzyme Catalysis

     Kevin Ahern, PhD

    Kevin Ahern, PhD


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