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In this case the ban has been lifted. When the concentration of inhibitor decreases, it is dissociated from the active site,
And the enzyme gets reactivated.
Succeeded by the enzyme succinate dehydrogenase. This enzyme is found in all mitochondria.
The compound promotes the conversion of the succinate to fumarate. The third molecule, oxaloacetate, is similar to succinate and acts as a competitive inhibitor of active dehydrogenase.

When bound
oxaloacetate, the enzyme has nothing to do with it – no
reaction occurs. An enzyme molecule cannot bind to a successor molecule unless the oxaloacetate molecule is replaced.

This can occur when multiple active substrate (succinate) molecules are added to its active site.
Some blocks that do not respond to the active site
called non-competitive inhibitors. competitive barrier
Bind the enzyme to a different site from the active site.

Their
causes the binding change to agree with the enzyme
This changes the active site. In this case, active
The site can still bind molecules, but the product formation rate may be reduced. non-competitive inhibitors,
Like competitors, they can be non-slip, so their effects are reversible.
Allosteric enzymes control their activity
changing its shape

 

 

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