Enzymes are understood as reaction catalysts, accelerating the biological machinery by quickly providing the required compounds for particular reactions. This has clearly proven to be advantageous for living organisms, since the alternative—spontaneous generation—would take far longer.
In this course, the discussion will center around the dynamics of enzyme functioning, or their kinetics, by introducing students to their classification and types. They will also be introduced to the concept of enzyme inhibition and how enzymes can be halted for therapeutic purposes.
For optimal comprehension, the student will be required to have familiarity with the basic notions of molecular and cellular biology and the biochemistry of biomolecules.
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