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Subunit Interactions and Enzyme Kinetics: The Linkage Approach

  • E. P. Whitehead
Part of the Nato Science Series A: (closed) book series (NSSA, volume 81)

Abstract

I might number the advantages of the linkage approach for testing hypotheses about allosteric interactions as four : Simplicity, Security, Insight and Suggestiveness. In reality these are all interconnected and are each aspect of one another.

Keywords

Enzyme Kinetic Hill Coefficient Inhibition Curve Allosteric Site Allosteric Inhibitor 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • E. P. Whitehead
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  1. 1.Biology Department, Directorate-General of Scientific and Technological Research, Commission of the European Communities and Instituto di Chimica Biologica,Facoltà di MedicinaUniversità di RomaRomaFrance

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