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If the shape of an enzyme’s active site were to change, what would happen to the reaction that the enzyme usually speeds up?

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If the shape of an enzyme’s active site were to change, what would happen to the reaction that the enzyme usually speeds up?

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An enzyme is a protein molecule which helps to increase the chemical metabolic reactions inside the body. The enzyme carries an active site where ...

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