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End product inhibition

End product inhibition --> feedback inhibition

(Science: biochemistry, physiology) The process of the end product of a particular metabolic reaction inhibiting an allosteric Enzyme involved in that reaction as the reaction starts again, thus breaking the reaction cycle.

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Re: Protein expression but no mRNA

... inhibited by the activity of the protein (e.g. end-product inhibition) then the protein level could be high but the mRNA very ...

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by jonmoulton
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... with enzyme a, this is called a) mutation b) end product inhibition c) feedback d) competitive inhibition answer: b maybe.. ...

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by kabuto
Sat Apr 22, 2006 6:39 am
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