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Question 25Selected Answer:feedbackCorrect Answer:Evaluation MethodCorrect AnswerCase SensitivityExact MatchfeedbackThe type of inhibition where the product of one enzyme inhibits another enzyme that acts earlier in ametabolic pathway is considered a(n) _____ inhibitor.Question 26Selected Answer:sigmoidalCorrect Answer:Evaluation MethodCorrect AnswerCase SensitivityExact MatchsigmoidalAllosteric enzymes can be identified because the plot of initial velocity, V0, versus substrateconcentration, S, is not hyperbolic but _____-shaped.1.00000 out of 1.00000 points1.00000 out of 1.00000 points1.00000 out of 1.00000 points1.00000 out of 1.00000 points1.00000 out of 1.00000 points
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Exact MatchsuicideQuestion 28In conducting an experiment with a new drug, you find that regardless of the concentration ofsubstrate, the drug is able to inhibit the enzyme activity. You are likely to NOT have a(n) _____inhibitor.1.00000 out of 1.00000 points
Exact MatchcompetitiveQuestion 29An uncompetitive inhibitor will have two _____ lines on a double-reciprocal plot.1.00000 out of 1.00000 points
Exact MatchparallelQuestion 30A(n) _____ inhibitor binds irreversibly to the active site of an enzyme.1.00000 out of 1.00000 points
Exact MatchirreversibleQuestion 31A(n) _____ inhibitor has a structure similar to the substrate and reversibly binds to the active site ofthe enzyme.

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Term
Spring
Professor
Matt Beio
Tags
Enzyme, Catalysis, chymotrypsin

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