Lock and Key Model: the active site and substrate are complementary with each other
Induced Fit Model: the active site undergoes a conformational change after the substrate binds
The lock and key model of enzyme activity proposes that each
A) enzyme can react with only a single substrate.
B) enzyme has a cofactor promotes the catalytic activity.
C) substrate has a specific cofactor that binds it to the enzyme.
D) enzyme binds a specific substrate because the active site and structures have complementary structures.
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