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    If you change the concentration of enzyme in a reaction, does the Km change?

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    <br>Kishore

    We know that the concentration of the substrate affects the velocity of an enzyme reaction. Not unreasonably the velocity is also dependent on the concentration of enzyme.
    Vmax is the reaction velocity at very high, saturating, concentrations of substrate. Remember under these conditions every enzyme molecule will ...

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