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38Which enzyme adds a phosphate group from ATP to a molecule?(1/1 Points)
AcetyltransferaseDehydrogenase39Different compounds are needed to carry out essential cellularfunctions which maintain a physiological homeostatic balance.Enzymes catalyze reactions that produce these compounds and, indoing so, play a pivotal role in our bodies. Which statement belowaccurately describes how enzymes catalyze reactions within our cells.(1/1 Points)
40Asparagine endopeptidase has optimal activity at an acidic pH of 5.5and a temperature of 98 degrees F. Under which of the followingconditions would the catalytic activity of asparagine endopeptidase behighest?(1/1 Points)
Exposure to a temperature of 150 degrees FIn renal tissue at pH 10 during alkalosisExposure to a temperature of 20 degrees F41An experimental compound, termed Drug X, can inhibit an enzyme bybinding at a site that is distinct from the enzyme's active site. Whattype of inhibitor is Drug X?(1/1 Points)CompetitiveNon-competitiveThe correct answer is, "Non-competitive." An inhibitor that binds to a site other than theenzyme's active site (allosteric site) is a non-competitive inhibitor.SequentialCongruent42
Alcohol dehydrogenase converts ethanol to acetoacetate. Which one ofthe compounds below could act as a competitive inhibitor of alcoholdehydrogenase?(1/1 Points)Option 1Option 2Option 3The correct answer is Option 3, methanol. Alcohol dehydrogenase converts ethanol toacetoacetate, which means that ethanol is the substrate of the enzyme. A competitiveinhibitor should have a similar structure as the substrate of the enzyme, since they bothcompete to bind to the active site of the enzyme. The structure of methanol is verysimilar to the structure of ethanol.

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Term
Spring
Professor
Dr. Rob Rawson
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