Abstract

Review Article

Application of the Pyphagor’s Theorem for Correction of Ki and Ka constants of enzyme inhibition and activation

VI Krupyanko* and PV Krupyanko

Published: 30 October, 2018 | Volume 2 - Issue 1 | Pages: 060-068

The analysis of dependence of the length projection of Li vectors of biparametrical inhibited and activated (La) enzymatic reactions from the length projection of vectors of monoparametrical inhibited and activated enzymatic reactions on the basic σ0 plane in three-dimensional coordinate system, allows to deduct the quadratic forms of equations for the correction of the constants of inhibition (ki) and activation (Ka) of enzymes. Examples of correction of constants are given.

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Quadratic forms of equations for correction of Ki and Ka constants

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