The area of the enzyme that binds with the substrate
When an enzyme's shape is permanently changed, and therefore is unable to form enzyme-substrate complexes.
Globular shaped protein which catalyzes reactions.
The name for the enzyme and substrate when bound by at active site.
The substance acted upon by the enzyme.
the suffix of all enzymes
A polymer made of many amino acids (Monomers) joined together. (Can be fibrous or globular)
'Blob-shaped' proteins that make up enzymes
Long thin structural proteins. (makes up things like hair and nails)
What is produced by a reaction.
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