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Substrate inhibition

substrate inhibition

inhibition of an enzyme activity by a substrate of the reaction catalyzed by that enzyme; often, this type of inhibition occurs at elevated substrate levels in which the substrate is binding to a second, non-active site on the enzyme.

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