Enzyme response

Enzyme response is the increase in the quantum of a chemical response by the active point of a protein. The protein catalyst (enzyme) may be part of a multi-subunit emulsion, and/ or may fleetly or permanently associate with a Cofactor (illustration xylose). Catalysis of enzyme responses in the cell is vigorous due to the veritably low response rates of the uncatalyzed responses at room temperature and pressure. The reduction of activation energy increases the volume of reactant motes that achieve a sufficient position of energy, similar that they reach the activation energy and form the product.

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