certain protein can only act as a catalyst if it is linked with the B vitamin biotin. This protein is called and biotin is its
Catalysts, often known as enzymes, are molecules that speed up the rate of a reaction. In nature, enzymes are primarily proteins.
Some proteins have the ability to attach to other molecules, such as vitamin B-complex molecules, and operate as enzymes or catalysts. If the protein binds to the vitamin B biotin, it works as a catalyst, speeding up the reaction. The apoenzyme is the protein that forms the active combination with the coenzymes.
As a result, the right answer is that this protein is an apoenzyme, with biotin serving as its coenzyme.