Which of the following is an example of a zymogen a

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30) Which of the following is an example of a zymogen?A)pepsinogen B)procarboxypeptidase C)T-form of ACTaseD)All of the answers are correct.E)pepsinogen and procarboxypeptidaseAns:
E Section: Table 10.331) How is chymotrypsinogen activated?
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C Section: 10.432) One type of hemophilia is due to
C Section: 10.433) How is trypsin activity turned off?
B Section: 10.434) Blood clotting cascades are controlled mostly by A)zymogen activation. B)phosphorylation. C)allosteric activation. D)All of the answers are correct.E)None of the answers is correct.Ans:
A Section: 10.4
35) A regulatory mechanism that is NOT readily reversible is
C Section: IntroductionShort-Answer Questions36) What is the function of aspartate transcarbamoylase?
Section: 10.137) Give several examples of enzymes and proteins that are activated by proteolytic activation.
Section: Introduction and 10.438) Why might it have been surprising to find that CTP inhibits ATCase?
Section: 10.139) Do allosteric enzymes follow traditional Michaelis-Menten kinetics? Draw a graph of rate relative to substrate concentration for ATCase and compare it to a Michaelis-Menten enzyme.
Section: 10.1 and Figure 10.1440) How does the sequential model differ from the concerted model for allosteric enzymes?
Section: 10.141) What protein is administered after heart attacks to increase survival odds, and what is the biochemistry involved?

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