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This is the hypothesis about the affect of inhibitors on enzyme:
--If the competitive inhibitor presence, then it might cause the reaction to slow down due to some of the available enzyme sites are occupied by the inhibitor.
--For noncompetitive inhibitor: if the noncompetitive inhibitor presence, then it will binds to allotter side of the enzyme and changes the conformation of the active site this might lead to the decrease in the rate of reaction of the enzyme without changing the apparent binding affinity of the catalyst for the substrate.

Question: 2. What data could be use to support these hypothesis above?

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