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Competitive Reversible Enzyme Inhibition – Enzyme Inhibitors

by Kevin Ahern, PhD
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    The lecture Competitive Reversible Enzyme Inhibition – Enzyme Inhibitors by Kevin Ahern, PhD is from the course Enzymes and Enzyme Kinetics.


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    1. It increases
    2. It decreases
    3. It remains unaffected
    4. It decreases to half
    5. It decreases by 10%
    1. In competitive reversible enzyme inhibition, the enzyme participates in a new chemical reaction involving the conversion of the inhibitor molecule to the product instead of using the original substrate
    2. In a competitive reversible enzyme inhibition, the Vmax and 1/Vmax values do not change in the presence of an inhibitor during an enzymatic reaction
    3. At very low substrate concentration, the competitive inhibitor has a more pronounced effect on the rate of enzymatic reaction than at higher substrate concentrations
    4. The competitive inhibitor of enzymes plays a magnificent role in controlling the bacterial diseases and cancerous growths
    5. The competitive inhibitor resembles the original substrate and hence easily gets fit to the active site of the enzyme
    1. Methotrexate
    2. Dihydrofolate
    3. Nucleotides
    4. Penicillin
    5. Isoleucine

    Author of lecture Competitive Reversible Enzyme Inhibition – Enzyme Inhibitors

     Kevin Ahern, PhD

    Kevin Ahern, PhD


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