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I read somewhere in my text that Non-Competitive Inhibitors will reduce the maximum rate of a chemical reaction without changing apparent binding affinity of the catalyst or the substrate... I'm curious as to what lines are followed by Competitive Inhibitors. Do they slow down or speed up enzyme activity? If not, what is it that they do?
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