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Amino Acids, Proteins & DNA
Explain why a stereospecific active site can only bond to one enantiomeric form of a substrate or drug.
Enzymes are proteins.
The action of enzymes as catalysts, including the concept of a stereospecific active site that binds to a substrate molecule.
The principle of a drug acting as an enzyme inhibitor by blocking the active site.
Computers can be used to help design such drugs.
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