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Answer / shilpa tripathi
Vo = V max+(s)/km+(s)
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Answer / babu
It is related to Enzyme reaction rates -
If the initial rate of the Enzyme catalysed reaction is
measured over a range of substrate concentrations (denoted
as [S]), the reaction rate (v) increases as [S] increases.
However, as [S] gets higher, the enzyme becomes saturated
with substrate and the rate reaches Vmax, the enzyme's
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Answer / sanjay
this equation was derived based on steady state kinetics
just measure the initial rate of reaction.
V=Vmax [s]/Km +s
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Answer / priyatharsini
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