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A) Profiles representing very low [S] or the V/K condition. (b)Profiles representing very high [S] or the Vcondition. After Schowen (1978). RETHINKING FUNDAMENTALS OF ENZYME ACTION 39 need not occur if the standard state changes in concert, but the resulting graphic construction contains mixed standard states-a bizarre situation that has gone unrecognized. To illustrate, the definition of K: in terms of standard states is: where ss refers to standard states. When these are the same, as is usually the case, the subscripted concentrations cancel out.

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The reader is forewarned that the going ahead may be difficult, primarily because we will have to break some paradigms. That is always a painfully difficult thing to do and is never done lightly. The reward for doing so, however, will be a much simpler view of how enzymes work. 11. Michaelian Kinetics in the Steady-State Briggs and Haldane (1925) introduced the steady-state hypothesis and demonstrated that the rapid-equilibrium assumption was not necessary for RETHINKING FUNDAMENTALS OF ENZYME ACTION 27 the Michaelis-Menten equation (Michaelis and Menten, 1913)to apply to an ezymatic reaction.

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