Oct '18
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MCAT Question of the Day | MCAT Course


  • Q:

    A mixed enzyme inhibitor is one which:

     

    A

    results in both inhibition as well as activation of an enzyme.

    B

    the inhibitor may bind to the enzyme irrespective of whether the substrate has bound to the enzyme.

    C

    the inhibitor must be thoroughly intermixed throughout the enzyme/substrate solution for it to have activity.

    D

    the enzyme only binds to the inhibitor when there is a small amount of substrate present.




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