BIOPROCESS ENGINEERING - EXAMPLE 14.3 : The kinetic behavior of an enzyme could be described using Michalis - Menten equation : Vo = Vmax [S] / (Km + [S]). Derive this equation from [ES] = [E]total [S] / (Km + [S]), Vmax = Kcat [E]total, Vo = Kcat [ES].
BIOPROCESS ENGINEERING - ANSWER 14.3 : Vo = Kcat [ES] = Kcat [E]total [S] / (Km + [S]) where [ES] = [E]total [S] / (Km + [S]). When Vmax = Kcat [E]total, Vo = Kcat [E]total [S] / (Km + [S]) = Vmax [S] /(Km + [S]) (Derived). The answer is given by Kang Chuen Tat; PO Box 6263, Dandenong, Victoria VIC 3175, Australia; SMS +61405421706; email@example.com; http://kangchuentat.wordpress.com.
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