Understanding Enzyme Cascades Key to Understanding Metabolism

News   Dec 19, 2017 | Penn State

 
Understanding Enzyme Cascades Key to Understanding Metabolism

Like ants, one enzyme follows the trail left behind by the previous one. In this case, the initial substrate is acted upon by enzyme A, leaving a substrate suitable for enzyme B and on down the line. Credit: Ayusman Sen.

 
 
 

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