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Note on Steady-state Approximation of Enzyme Kinetics

By Yoichi Aso, Daizo Koga, Katsuya Hayashi, 陽一 麻生, 代三 古賀 and 勝哉 林

Abstract

Recently, it has been gradually believed that enzymatic reactions generally involve several enzyme-substrate complexes in their pathways. For such the reactions, an approximation technique, for instance, steady-state approximation or Michaelis-Menten approximation, may not be simply applied to analyze the experimental data. In the present study, a three-step scheme of enzymatic reaction was subjected as a typical example of enzymatic reaction to the digital computer simulation to establish the practical experimental conditions which allow the proper application of approximation technique in handling the experimental data

Topics: Enzyme Kinetics, Steady-state approximation, Enzymatic reaction
Publisher: 九州大学農学部
Year: 1975
OAI identifier: oai:catalog.lib.kyushu-u.ac.jp:2324/22875
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