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Enzyme Structure
Enzymes are biological catalysts that are specific to one reaction only. They work to
increase the rate of reaction as well as biological catalysts they also act as motors,
membrane pumps and receptors. Essentially, they lower the activation energy of
reactions and enable the rate of reactions to increase and take place at a reasonable
Enzymes are globular proteins and its shape is determined by its tertiary structure.
Enzymes are held together by hydrogen bonds and ionic forces.…read more

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