What level of protein organization structure explains the 3-D shape of an enzyme?
Given below is a schematic metabolic pathway. In an experiment, the concentration of enzyme 1 was increased but the concentration of enzymes 2 and 3 were kept constant What would happen to the rate of production of D?
The graph shown below shows the effect of a certain factor on the rate of a reaction catalyzed by an enzyme. The X-axis would show the said factor and that will be:
In the following graph, the X-axis will show:
The rate of enzyme action decreases at higher temperature [after a certain value] because the increased heat
The "lock and key hypothesis", given by Emil Fischer, attempts to explain the mechanism of:
At about 00 C, most enzymes are
If an active-site directed inhibitor is present in the medium, the curve that will represent the progress of the chemical reaction will be shown by the letter:
If a non active-site directed inhibitor is present in the medium, the curve that will represent the progress of the chemical reaction will be shown by the letter:
Which of the following will fit in the description of a competitive enzyme inhibitor?
A non-competitive inhibitor of an enzyme catalyzed reaction
The measurement of which of the following would be indicator of the degree of inhibition by a competitive enzyme inhibitor?
An allosteric inhibitor of an enzyme usually
A change in an amino acid located distantly from the active site of an enzyme can affect the specificity of the enzyme towards its substrate by: