Inhibitor Binding

Some articles on inhibitors, inhibitor binding, binding:

Enzyme Inhibitor - Reversible Inhibitors - Reversible Inhibitors
... Traditionally reversible enzyme inhibitors have been classified as competitive, uncompetitive, or non-competitive, according to their effects on Km and Vmax ... These different effects result from the inhibitor binding to the enzyme E, to the enzyme–substrate complex ES, or to both, respectively ... a problem in their derivation and results in the need to use two different binding constants for one binding event ...
Enzyme Kinetics - Enzyme Inhibition and Activation - Reversible Inhibitors
... Traditionally reversible enzyme inhibitors have been classified as competitive, uncompetitive, or non-competitive, according to their effects on Km and Vmax ... These different effects result from the inhibitor binding to the enzyme E, to the enzyme–substrate complex ES, or to both, respectively ... and results in the need to use two different binding constants for one binding event ...

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