During coupling what does ATP actually DO to make a reaction happen see Figure

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2.During coupling, what does ATP actually DO to make a reaction happen (see Figure 8.10)?A phosphate is transferred to a reactant. 3.How exactly does ATP drive the sodium-potassium pump (see Figure 7.16)? 4.Does ALLOSTERIC regulation STIMULATE or INHIBIT an enzyme’s activity? 5. Isoleucine biosynthesis is regulated by FEEDBACK INHIBITION; an early step of its metabolic pathway is blocked at high concentrations of _____. threonine isoleucine intermediate A some, but not all, of these answers are correct all of these answers are correct (except ‘some of these…’)
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  • Spring '08
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  • Biology, Enzyme, Adenosine triphosphate, Enzyme inhibitor, ATP hydrolysis, feedback inhibition, threonine deaminase

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