Unformatted text preview: ’ . noncompetitive inhib M hich of the following best describes a noncompetitive inhibitor?
e overall equilibrium constant for a reaction, whereas a competitive )t noncompetitive inhibitor can change th ‘ inhibitor cannot.
itor can bind to either the free enzyme or th
itive inhibitor. trate will eliminate inhibition by a noncompet
ll always be larger in the presence of a classical noncompetitive inhibitor. e enzyme-substrate complex. a» aturating levels of subs
he observed Km value wi
6) Two of the above are true. ll. Which of the following represents aicompetitivgiphibitor? (The solid line refers to conditions where no
+ I ' nitor is present.)
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