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On the other hand in similar conditions competition by dUMP (a product of the enzymatic reaction) does not at all obey this equation - both Substrate saturation and product inhibition are co-operative. Thus the model sutvives for dAMP-dCMP interaction, and must be rejected for dUMP-dCMP interaction (there is reason to think that dUMP is in fact bound to the dCMP conformation, but also to other conformation(s)). For a competitor like dAMP in this sytem, how can we analyse behaviour at lower concentrations where the effects of co-operativity are felt ~n the kinetics ?
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