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Michaelis-Menten Kinetics: Parameters – Enzyme Classification

by Kevin Ahern, PhD
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    The lecture Michaelis-Menten Kinetics: Parameters – Enzyme Classification by Kevin Ahern, PhD is from the course Enzymes and Enzyme Kinetics.


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    1. It has no relation to the substrate concentration
    2. It is proportional to the affinity of the enzyme for substrate
    3. It varies with substrate concentration
    4. It increases as the amount of enzyme decreases
    1. They give hyperbolic plots of velocity of a reaction vs subtrate
    2. They are ones where the substrate changes the enzyme’s binding affinity when it is bound
    3. They have varying Km values
    4. The have constant Vmax values
    1. An enzyme’s affinity for its substrate
    2. The amount of enzyme required to get to Vmax/2
    3. The substrate necessary for Vmax
    4. The amount of enzyme necessary to get to Kcat
    1. Kcat is independent of the amount of enzyme used in a reaction
    2. Vmax requires calculation of Km/2
    3. Kcat is directly related to the amount of enzyme used.
    4. Kcat/2 gives a more accurate measure of Km

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     Kevin Ahern, PhD

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    By Hazazi M. on 04. October 2018 for Michaelis-Menten Kinetics: Parameters – Enzyme Classification

    THANK YOU Pro Ahern you're amazing! very well explained!