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IJMS, Vol. 24, Pages 12973: Partial Reversible Inhibition of Enzymes and Its Metabolic and Pharmaco-Toxicological Implications (International Journal of Molecular Sciences)
 


Partial reversible inhibition of enzymes, also called hyperbolic inhibition, is an uncommon mechanism of reversible inhibition, resulting from a productive enzyme–inhibitor complex. This type of inhibition can involve competitive, mixed, non-competitive and uncompetitive inhibitors. While full reversible inhibitors show linear plots for reciprocal enzyme initial velocity versus inhibitor concentration, partial inhibitors produce hyperbolic plots. Similarly, dose–response curves show residual fractional activity of enzymes at high doses. This article reviews the theory and methods of analysis and discusses the significance of this type of reversible enzyme inhibition in metabolic processes, and its implications in pharmacology and toxicology.


 
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