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Competitive inhibitor binds to an enzyme at its active site, while noncompetitive inhibitor binds to a site other than the active site.

Competitive inhibitor binds to an enzyme at its active site, while noncompetitive inhibitor binds to a site other than the active site. This means that increasing the concentration of the ____________ would increase the rate of the reaction in the presence of a _______________ inhibitor, while it would not have an effect on the reaction rate in the presence of a ___________ inhibitor.

1.substrate / noncompetitive / competitive

2.substrate / competitive / noncompetitive

3.reactant / noncompetitive / competitive

4.product / competitive / noncompetitive

5.product / noncompetitive / competitive

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