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What is the difference between reversible and non-reversible inhibitors?

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Riya Augustine

Reversible inhibitors are those, whose binding to an enzyme can be reversed and the substrate can bind to the same enzyme later on. Non-reversible inhibitors are those, when bound to an enzyme, cannot be unbound and prevents the substrate from binding to the enzyme again.

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