Discussion :: Allosteric Effects - Section 1 (Q.No.2)
An allosteric activator
Answer: Option D
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|Juwairia said: (Dec 7, 2013)|
|What is T & T state?|
|Salmajallab@Gmail.Com said: (Dec 28, 2013)|
|I need more explain what's are state of protein?|
|Dagreton said: (Jul 10, 2015)|
|The T state of the protein is the Tensed state, when no substrate is bound. T state has low energy and is more stable than are state.
The are state of the protein is the Relaxed state, when substrates are bound. R state has higher energy, thus it is more unstable.
Allosteric activators stabilize the are state, by moving the equilibrium towards the R state, thus increasing the affinity of the enzyme for the substrate.
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