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Reversible inhibition in bimolecular rapid equilibrium random order enzyme systems. The effect of substrate-substrate and inhibitor-substrate interactions



Reversible inhibition in bimolecular rapid equilibrium random order enzyme systems. The effect of substrate-substrate and inhibitor-substrate interactions



Biochemical Journal 117(5): 997-1003



A model is presented that accounts for all types of reversible inhibition by a single inhibitor molecule in bimolecular rapid-equilibrium random-order enzyme systems. The characterization of inhibition mechanisms by graphical methods is examined, and a system of nomenclature is suggested.

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