Single substrate single product reversible enzymatic reaction with parameters for phospho-gluco isomerase in erythrocytes (Ref 1)
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Single substrate single product reversible enzymatic reaction with parameters for phospho-gluco isomerase in erythrocytes (Ref 1). Follows the Haldane constraint that the reaction is reversible and there is an equilibrium ratio of concentrations given by Kappa = [P]/[S] at equil = k1*k2/(k_1*k_2), Eq 10-29 in Bassingthwaighte's Chapter 10 on Metabolism.(Ref 2)
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Mulquiney PJ and Kuchel PW. Model of 2,3-bisphosphoglycerate metabolism in the human erythrocyte based on detailed enzyme kinetic equations: equations and parameter refinement. Biochem J 342: 581-596, 1999 Bassingthwaighte, JB, Ch 10 Enzymes and Metabolic Reactions in "Transport in Biological Systems" Springer ( in preparation ) RELATED MODELS: #130 One_Enzyme_Reversible.proj
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