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Corepressor

Corepressor

An effector molecule which can bind to a repressor molecule, so that together the effector repressor complex can stop transcription of a gene.


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i dont understand??

... competitive inhibition answer: b maybe.. :?: 2 if enzyme A is inhibited, then compound C will a) always be in excess b) bind to enzyme c) bind to corepressor answer: no clue 3 if enzyme A is inductive, a) compound C bound to repressor b) compound A bound to repressor c) compound B bound to enzyme ...

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by kabuto
Sat Apr 22, 2006 6:39 am
 
Forum: Cell Biology
Topic: i dont understand??
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