compitative inbibition explain

Dear Student!

Competitive inhibition occurs when a compound has a structure which is sufficiently similar to that of the normal substrate to be able to fit into the active site. Normally it does not take part in the reaction but while it remains there it prevents the true substrate from entering the active site, and this form of inhibition is called competitive inhibition. . A characteristic feature of this inhibition is that if the substrate concentration is increased, the rate of reaction increases.

@Kamil: Very good! Keep up the good work.

  • 10

when one substrate starts competing with another substrate for binding with an enzyme , it is called competitive inhibition.

  • 3
What are you looking for?