What are reversible and irreversible inhibitors?

by Nigel Robinson
(London, England)

Molecules that prevent enzymatic chemical reactions from occurring?

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reversible and irreversible inhibitors
by: hashir

Reversible inhibitors: They form weak linkages with the enzyme. Their effect can be neutralized completely or partly by an increase in the concentration of the substrate.

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