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16.4 Enzymes -- Part 2
Trypsin is a peptidase that can function or not.
The structure of the inhibitor is similar to that of the substrate.
Adding pepsin-catalyzed reaction affected by each of the following more substrate will not reverse the effect of the inhibitor.
The active site is a competition between the inhibitor and the substrate.
The structure of the drug is different from the one on the other side.
The inhibition is reversed by the addition of more substrate.
The activity and pH curves for pepsin, sucrase, and trypsin are shown in the graph.
Succinct dehydrogenase is an ingredient in oxaloacetate.
Alcohol dehydrogenase is the oxidizer of Methanol and Ethanol.
The drug is given to the patient before it is used to treat the infections.
When Jeremy's mother returns to the trophoresis, it shows that he does have sickle-cell anemia.
Jeremy's diagnosis is normal hemoglobin, but production stops after birth.
The proteins move along the gel based on the experience of less pain, fewer events in which blood vessels are damaged, and size and shape.
The daily dose for children is suggested.
Fetal hemoglobin binding oxygen more tightly than adult electrical field applied.
Classify by bonds.
A unique R group is attached to the central carbon of each amino acid.
In the secondary structure, hydrogen bonds, the R group gives an amino acid the property of being nonpolar, between atoms in the peptide bonds.
A quaternary structure has two or more tertiary subunits joining the primary structure.
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