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In biochemistry, allosteric regulation is the regulation of an enzyme or other protein by binding an effector molecule at the protein's allosteric site . Effectors that enhance the protein's activity are referred to as allosteric activators, whereas those that decrease...
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Aspects of the topic allosteric-site are discussed in the following places at Britannica. Assorted References regulation of metabolism ( in metabolism (biology): Fine control ) ...to the regulatory sites have no obvious structural similarity to the substrates of the enzymes; these small molecules are therefore termed allosteric effectors, and the regulatory...
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allosteric site synonyms, allosteric site antonyms. Information about allosteric site in the ... Allosteric sites may offer an improved safety profile over ...
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Definition of allosteric site – Our online dictionary has allosteric site information from A Dictionary of Chemistry dictionary. Encyclopedia.com: English, ...
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Allosteric Enzyme. Allosteric Site. Active Site. Add a. Regulatory. Molecule ...
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Allosteric site information including symptoms, causes, diseases, symptoms, treatments, and other ... Allosteric site: postulated as the place on an enzyme, ...
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allosteric site ... allosteric site - That part of an enzyme molecule where the non-covalent binding ... News archive for allosteric site. ...
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Searched for 'allosteric site' No results were found for your search in Encarta. ... allosteric site - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about allosteric ...
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A novel allosteric site. Implications for the allosteric regulatory mechanism ... Keywords: allosteric site, nucleotide synthesis, oligomerization, PRPP ...
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BioInfoBank Library :: Allosteric Site :: N-(4-(4-(2,3-dichloro- or 2 ... Mesh-terms: Allosteric Site; Binding Sites; Binding, Competitive; Cell Line; ...
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... a previously unreported and conserved allosteric site in a deep cavity at the ... The allosteric site is functionally coupled to the active site, such that ...
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... allosteric activator binds to the enzyme at the regulatory site, the ... will remain activated until the allosteric activator leaves the regulatory site. ...
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Allosteric Site - BioPortfolio - Indepth ... Biochemistry: Jul 13 2009 5:03PM Matching: allosteric site ... Pharma Live: Jun 29 2009 8:58AM Matching: allosteric site ...
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ALLOSTERIC SITE OF SCCM. CONFORMATIONS OF SCCM ... UTP can bind to the allosteric site, but inhibition of ATCase by UTP is possible ...
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Equation: One site with allosteric modulator. Introduction ... dissociation constant (Molar) of modulator binding to its allosteric site. ...
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