First-order reversible enzymatic reaction with binding of either substrate or product to enzyme and allows thermodynamic equilibrium.
Model number: 0130
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where k1 is the forward binding rate of S to E, k-1 is the backwards reaction rate of ES dissociating to E and S, k2 is the forward reaction rate of ES forming E and P, and k-2 is the reverse reaction rate of E and P producing ES.
The backward reaction rates in this model are determined from the equilibrium dissociation rates of S binding to E and P binding to E and are given by:
where Ks is the equilibrium dissociation rate of S binding to E and Kp of p binding to E.
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Bassingthwaighte JB.: Enzymes and Metabolic Reactions, Chapter 10 in "Transport and Reactions in Biological Systems", Pages 7-8
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