2. Based on their effects on enzyme kinetics, identify whether the type of enzyme inhibition by these drugs involves competitive, uncompetitive or noncompetitive inhibition Tamiflu Relenza II. The graph on the right shows the Lineweaver-Burk plots derived from 1/V (umoles/min) 4.5- kinetic data obtained for flu virus +Relenza enzyme activity as substrate concentration in the presence a function of 4 3.5 and absence of two antiviral inhibitor drugs 3 +Tamiflu 2.5 2 No inhibitor И.5 1 -15 -10 -5 0 5 10 15 1/S (HM)

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2. Based on their effects on enzyme kinetics, identify whether the type of enzyme inhibition by these drugs
involves competitive, uncompetitive or noncompetitive inhibition
Tamiflu
Relenza

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2. Based on their effects on enzyme kinetics, identify whether the type of enzyme inhibition by these drugs involves competitive, uncompetitive or noncompetitive inhibition Tamiflu Relenza

II. The graph on the right shows the
Lineweaver-Burk plots derived from
1/V (umoles/min)
4.5-
kinetic data obtained for flu virus
+Relenza
enzyme activity as
substrate concentration in the presence
a function of
4
3.5
and absence of two antiviral inhibitor
drugs
3
+Tamiflu
2.5
2
No
inhibitor
И.5
1
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
1/S (HM)

Image Transcription

II. The graph on the right shows the Lineweaver-Burk plots derived from 1/V (umoles/min) 4.5- kinetic data obtained for flu virus +Relenza enzyme activity as substrate concentration in the presence a function of 4 3.5 and absence of two antiviral inhibitor drugs 3 +Tamiflu 2.5 2 No inhibitor И.5 1 -15 -10 -5 0 5 10 15 1/S (HM)

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