Enzymes are the catalysts of biochemical reactions. They serve to make reactions in living systems proceed at accelerated rates. Without the action of enzymes, reactions would proceed too slowly, and life, as we know it, would not be feasible.
KeywordsEnzyme Commission Turnover Number Tetrahedral Intermediate Allosteric Effector Allosteric Enzyme
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