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Problem: What is allosteric regulation? a) In allosteric regulation, genes are expressed constitutively. b) In allosteric regulation, a gene is turned on by an activator protein. c) In allosteric regulation, a small molecule binds to a large protein and causes it to change its shape and activity. d) In allosteric regulation, a gene is turned off by a repressor protein.

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Allosteric Regulation: regulation of an enzyme by binding an effector molecule at a site other than the enzyme's active site

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What is allosteric regulation? 

a) In allosteric regulation, genes are expressed constitutively. 

b) In allosteric regulation, a gene is turned on by an activator protein. 

c) In allosteric regulation, a small molecule binds to a large protein and causes it to change its shape and activity. 

d) In allosteric regulation, a gene is turned off by a repressor protein.

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