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catalysts, which are molecules that make chemical reactions proceed much faster than they would on their own.
to alter the protein's structure chemically causing it to lose some or all of its specific characteristics.
any series of enzyme-mediated reactions by which a cell builds, rearranges, or breaks down an organic substance.
the end product of a series of enzymatic reactions inhibits the first enzyme in the series.
a region of an enzyme other than the active site that can bind regulatory molecules.
Electron Transfer Chain
energy is released in amounts that cells can harness for cellular work, such as muscle contraction or active transport.
Oxidation Reduction Reaction
a molecule accepts electrons (it becomes reduced) from another molecule (which becomes oxidized).
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