CH369k Chapter 6 notes

CH369k Chapter 6 notes - 2/15/11 CH369K Finishing Chapter...

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2/15/11 CH369K Finishing Chapter 6- Control of Pancreatic enzymes Digestion, primarily made in pancreas and released when needed as a result of hormone signals. Enzymes stored their as inactive zymogines and released and activated of trypsin by enteropeptidase. Trypsin inhibitor forms a covalent intermediate with trypsin, fits so tightly that it doesn’t let any water in and we need water to cleave the covalent intermediate. Very effective inhibitor, once accomplished flushed down into the duodenum, prevents premature activation of proteases in the pancreas. Activation of chymotrypsinogen by proteolytic cleavage CHAPTER 7- Enzyme Kinetics Anti-freeze (responsible for taking the lives of many children. Why? We’ll find out) An enzyme-substrate complex illustrating both the geometric and the physical complementarity between enzymes and substrates. -Enzyme can change shape to favor a transition state. Enzyme Kinetics
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