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Chapter 8 Enzyme Catalysis

Chapter 8 Enzyme Catalysis

Chapter 8 Enzyme Catalysis. Homework II (cont’d): Chapter 8, Problems 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 11 (the diagonal line with “Slope” is the blue line), 12, 16, 17 Due October 25 (Wed). 1. Enzymes were among the first biological macromolecules to be studied chemically.

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Chapter 8 Enzyme Catalysis

Chapter 8 Enzyme Catalysis

Chapter 8 Enzyme Catalysis. Homework II (cont’d): Chapter 8, Problems 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 11 (the diagonal line with “Slope” is the blue line), 12, 16, 17 Due October 25 (Wed). 1. Enzymes were among the first biological macromolecules to be studied chemically.

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Enzyme Catalysis

Enzyme Catalysis

Enzyme Catalysis. Enzymes have enormous catalytic activity. The substance whose reaction the enzyme catalyzes is called the substrate. (see Figure 14.21). Figure 14.22 illustrates the reduction in acivation energy resulting from the formation of an enzyme-substrate complex. .

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Enzyme Catalysis

Enzyme Catalysis

Enzyme Catalysis. 10/08/2009. Regulation of Enzymatic Activity. There are two general ways to control enzymatic activity. 1. Control the amount or availability of the enzyme. 2. Control or regulate the enzymes catalytic activity.

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ENZYME CATALYSIS

ENZYME CATALYSIS

ENZYME CATALYSIS. ENZYMES. Globular Proteins Active Site One Substrate only Induced Fit: Changes occur when meet with substrate. ENZYME CATALYSIS. Enzymes Catalysis - ↓ Activation Energy - Faster Reaction without change of form . Factors affecting change: pH, temperature.

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Enzyme Catalysis

Enzyme Catalysis

Enzyme Catalysis. Prof. Dr. Supartono, M.S Postgraduate Semarang University State. Objective. To understand how enzymes work at the molecular level. Ultimately requires total structure determination, but can learn much through biochemical analysis. To Be Explained. Specificity

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ENZYME CATALYSIS

ENZYME CATALYSIS

BIOCHEMISTRY

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Enzyme Catalysis

Enzyme Catalysis

Enzyme Catalysis. Please turn in your take-home part for midterm 1 BEFORE class I will hand back in-class exams at the end of class today NO class on THURSDAY 10/30/14, Jim will be back NEXT week and he will continue with Chapter 12 (Enzyme Kinetics). 28 October 2014 Katja Dove

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Enzyme Catalysis

Enzyme Catalysis

Bill Royer Office: LRB 921 Phone: x6-6912. Enzyme Catalysis.

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Enzyme Catalysis

Enzyme Catalysis

Enzyme Catalysis. Enzymes have enormous catalytic activity. The substance whose reaction the enzyme catalyzes is called the substrate. (see Figure 14.21). Figure 14.22 illustrates the reduction in acivation energy resulting from the formation of an enzyme-substrate complex.

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Enzyme Catalysis

Enzyme Catalysis

Enzyme Catalysis. General Properties of Enzymes. Increased reaction rates sometimes 10 6 to 10 12 increase Enzymes do not change D G just the reaction rates. Substrate specificity. The non-covalent bonds and forces are maximized to bind substrates with considerable specificity

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