Answer to Question #151190 in Cell Biology for Jairo

Question #151190

When an enzyme is denatured, it works ten times faster?


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2020-12-17T07:03:41-0500

No, it doesn't. Higher temperatures disrupt the shape of the active site of the enzyme which will reduce its activity, or prevent it from working. When this happens, the enzyme is said to have been denatured.


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