Q: About Enzyme Regulation


Enzyme Question (E-09)

 

A Protein Kinase

A Protein Kinase

 

 

 

 

 

 

Protein kinases are enzymes that act on other enzymes by adding phosphates groups. When the enzyme is phosphorylated, it changes its activity (it becomes more or less active, depending on the enzyme). This regulatory mechanism of enzymatic activity is called:

 

a)     Allosteric Control

 

b)     Competitive inhibition

 

c)      Covalent Modification

 

d)     Isozymes Modification

 

e)     Zymogen activation

 

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