Answer to Question #33802 in Biochemistry for Sumit
In uncompetitive and mixed inhibition, the inhibitor binds only to the substrate-enzyme complex or when the inhibitor binds to the enzyme alone (mixed inhibitions only). Therefore, it doesn't matter how much substrate is around because these inhibitors bind in a different place.
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