Reversible Inhibitors: can be competitive or noncompetitive
if you find the inhibition is reversible, how would you determine whether the inhibition is competitive or noncompetitive? Drag the terms on the left to the appropriate blanks on the right to complete the sentences.
• noncompetitive inhibition
• competitive inhibition
• does not change
If adding a ________ amount of substrate overcomes the inhibition and restores maximum enzyme activity, it is ________ (vmax _______, Km _______). If this does not restore enzyme activity, the inhibitor is binding at a separate site and is showing ________ (Km is not affected, vmax _______).
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