Lecture_13-Enzymatic_Catalysis

Lecture_13-Enzymatic_Catalysis - PROTEIN FUNCTION II:...

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Unformatted text preview: PROTEIN FUNCTION II: CATALYSIS Introduction ENZYMES vs. OTHER CATALYSTS Enzymes Others Specifcity highly selective general Side Products few to none often Reaction Conditions limited, mild broad Regulation several levels unregulated Biological catalysts are called enzymes . Proteins RNA > TERMINOLOGY active site ¡ where the chemistry happens carbonic anhydrase TERMINOLOGY active site ¡ where the chemistry happens carbonic anhydrase TERMINOLOGY substrate ¡ the molecule that the enzyme acts on carbonic anhydrase TERMINOLOGY substrate ¡ the molecule that the enzyme acts on carbonic anhydrase TERMINOLOGY co-factor ¡ an inorganic ion required for enzymatic activity carbonic anhydrase: a zinc metalloenzyne TERMINOLOGY co-enzyme ¡ a complex organic or organometallic molecule required for activity carbonic anhydrase TERMINOLOGY co-enzyme ¡ a complex organic or organometallic molecule required for activity cytochrome C TERMINOLOGY holoenzyme ¡ the enzyme with its cofactor (if it has one) carbonic anhydrase TERMINOLOGY apoenzyme ¡ the enyzme without its cofactor (if it has one) carbonic anhydrase TERMINOLOGY apoenzyme ¡ the enyzme without its cofactor (if it has one) apo carbonic anhydrase ENZYME CLASSIFICATIONS Group Classification Reaction Description Example 1 oxidoreductases...
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This note was uploaded on 11/28/2011 for the course CHEM 340 taught by Professor T.baird during the Fall '11 term at S.F. State.

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