BCHM 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Covalent Bond, Competitive Inhibition, Reaction Rate

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Learning outcomes: establish a model for enzyme kinetics: michaelis-menten model, examine how inhibitors of enzymes affect their function, discuss regulation of enzyme activity. E enzyme; s substrate; es enzyme-substrate complex; k1, k-1, k2 rate constants for the reaction vo initial reaction velocity; [s] substrate concentration; vmax maximal velocity; km michaelis constant. Need to be able to tell how our enzyme is working and how they work when we apply different factors. K"s dictate how fast that part of the reaction is going to happen. [s] = substrate concentration [e] = enzyme concentration. The velocity of the reaction is directly proportional to [e] i. e. if [e] is halved, vo and vmax are reduced by . [s]<<>>km, max rate is achieved and reaction is zero order, rate is independent of [s] Substrate concentration think of it in terms of its relationship with the km.

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