Biology

Question

How does an enzyme inhibitor work ?

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  • An enzyme inhibitor¬†works as a combination in order to slow down the rate of an enzyme-catalyzed reaction. In order for an enzyme inhibitor to do this, it impacts the of "S" and/or the turn over number. An enzyme inhibitor can also be organic or inorganic and can be found in drugs or antibiotics.¬†
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