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What is the reason to say that "all enzymes are proteins, but, all proteins are not enzymes"
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Look at you question from a functional perspective:
Make a list of 20 protiens (that you can think of). And from that list cross-out the proteins that don't have 'enzymatic' activity.
this should answer your question.
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"All trucks are car, but not all cars are trucks"
Think about it
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what is the difference between the prosthetic group of enzymes and protein part of enzymes
allah is greatest of all
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actually not all enzymes are protein..
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kiekyon wrote:actually not all enzymes are protein..
I was gonna say...
Dont forget the Ribozymes!!
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