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Asked On2017-07-16 18:34:53 by:tarun101

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Feedback inhibition occurs when the end product of a reaction interferes with the enzyme that helped produce it. The inhibitor does this by binding to a second active binding site that's different from the one attached to the initial reactant. The enzyme then changes its shape and can't catalyze the reaction anymore. This type of inhibition is done as a regulatory mechanism to meet the metabolic needs of the cell or organism. Many mechanisms, such as bile acid synthesis in the liver and cellular respiration, use feedback inhibition on a regular basis.
Feedback inhibition works by deactivating an enzyme using the product of the reaction the enzyme catalyzes. Enzymes bind to molecules with active sites that are specifically designed to fit with the molecule undergoing the reaction. These enzymes have a second active site for the reaction product to bind to. This causes the enzyme to spatially re-arrange so it can no longer bind to the initial reagent and the reaction stops. Sometimes, the enzymes -- such as pyruvate kinase, which helps break down glucose -- are also chemically modified to halt the reaction.

Answerd on:2017-07-17 Answerd By:Aparna-Dasgupta

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