Ranjan posted an Question
August 04, 2021 • 18:29 pm 30 points
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An enzymatic reaction following michaelis-menten kinetics (km= 50 um) converts 10% of the substrate (initial concentration s = imm) to the product in 5 minutes.

An enzymatic reaction following Michaelis-Menten kinetics (Km= 50 uM) converts 10% of the substrate (initial concentration S = ImM) to the product in 5 minutes. The maximum reaction velocity (in uM minute) of the enzyme is approximately (a) 10 JAM-2007] (b) 20 (c) 50 (d) 180

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    Krishan k jakhad

    B. the maximum velocity will be 20uM/ min given that enzyme converts 10% of the substrate, in 5 min. right so it mean it will be converting 10/5 =2 % of Substrate per min.and if u see 2% of So will be 0.02*1000 bcz 1mM is 1000uM

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