# Consider an enzyme with the following properties: – Km = 0.0050 M At what substrate conc....

Consider an enzyme with the following properties: – Km = 0.0050 M

At what substrate conc. would the enzyme operate at one-fourth of its maximum rate?

At a given substrate conc. (e.g., ½Km) what would the rate be as a fraction of Vmax?

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