There are two basic systems for controlling biochemical reactions. One prevents the synthesis of the various enzymes throughout the reaction chain, and the other inhibits the activity of the first enzyme in the chain. In this review we describe the basic mechanisms of control and their relation to energy and entropy transformations in biological systems.
KeywordsUridine Diphosphate Hydrogen Removal Repressor Molecule Steady State Thermodynamic Oxygen Binding Site
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