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OpenStudy (anonymous):

The structure of a substrate P strongly resembles substrate Q. In an experiment, By mistake P was used instead of Q as a substrate for the enzyme, Q-ase. The results obtained were identical to the results that would have been obtained using substrate Q. Why did substrate P work in place of substrate Q? A)P and Q are coenzymes B)P and Q are holoenzymes C)P and Q have similar binding properties D)P and Q have different binding properties @NERDO

OpenStudy (anonymous):

plzzzzzzzz helpp @NERDO

OpenStudy (anonymous):

@One098 @o

OpenStudy (one098):

I'd help but I don't know this one.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

A

OpenStudy (anonymous):

it was c but thx doe

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