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12. If an enzyme is the subject of allosteric interaction, which of these has happened? (Points : 3) the allosteric inhibitor has bound to the active site of the enzyme the allosteric
inhibitor has competed with the regular substrate the allosteric inhibitor has bound to the allosteric site on the enzyme none of these
The answer is it is known of these.
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User: 10. The target molecule for an enzyme is called the: (Points : 3) active molecule effector inhibitor substrate

User: 11. The area on an enzyme where a molecule other than the substrate can attach is called an: (Points : 3) active site allosteric site anabolic site inactive site

User: 12. If an enzyme is the subject of allosteric interaction, which of these has happened? (Points : 3) the allosteric inhibitor has bound to the active site of the enzyme the allosteric inhibitor has competed with the regular substrate the allosteric inhibitor has bound to the allosteric site on the enzyme none of these

Weegy: The answer is it is known of these.
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