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MCB 150 Lecture 7 Wednesday, February 4, 2009 ©2009, Bradley G. Mehrtens 1 Objectives & Announcements for Wednesday, February 4 Objectives: Continue Macromolecules & Monomers – Wrap up Enzyme Inhibition – Nucleic Acids: General Features – Begin Lipids and Biomembranes Announcements: – Exam I is Thursday, February 12, 7:00–9:00 PM – Exam I Review Session is Monday, February 9 5:00–7:00 PM, 228 Natural History Building – No official lecture one week from today Optional review session held during class period – Thanks to those who provided notes for “Tips” mtg Spring 2009 Informational Meeting Thursday, February 5 5-6 PM, 217 Noyes Lab All interested students should attend! Applications for Fall ’09 admission to the Honors Concentration will be accepted from Feb. 5 – Feb. 20, 2009 only. For more information: [email protected] http://mcb.illinois.edu/undergrad/honors.html Honors Concentration within the MCB major
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MCB 150 Lecture 7 Wednesday, February 4, 2009 ©2009, Bradley G. Mehrtens 2 Competitive inhibitor physically resembles the natural substrate, and occupies active site enzyme can’t use inhibitor as substrate - no products are formed can be "flooded out" by increasing concentration of natural substrate decreasing concentration of inhibitor also reduces probability of inhibitor finding active site Examples of competitive enzyme inhibitors:
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