ENZYME CONCEPTS AND KINETICS

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Enzyme is large catalytic molecules, mostly are protein complexes responsible for accelerating the rate of digestive and metabolic reactions, basically by stabilizing transitional states of those. Without enzymes, living organisms cannot sustain life, as the vital substances are missing because biochemical reactions take too much time.

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?ASSIGNMENT 1ENZYME CONCEPTS AND KINETICSEnzyme is large catalytic molecules, mostly are protein complexes responsible for accelerating the rate of digestive and metabolic reactions, basically by stabilizing transitional states of those. Without enzymes, living organisms cannot sustain life, as the vital substances are missing because biochemical reactions take too much time. Therefore, it is particularly important to study mechanism of enzyme function and apply effectively such knowledge in pharmaceutics, technology, and many industries? Along with learning how enzymes work, it is also essential to explore enzyme inhibition for further application in many fields?In the first section, mechanism of enzyme functions is discussed follow a cycle here:The initial step of the working process is that enzyme will bind with a substance called substrate at a certain region known as active si

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