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a certain a digestive reaction, performed at optimum temperature and pH takes 10 minutes to reach completion when performed in the absence of the associated catalyst. How many minutes would the same reaction require if an enzyme that increase the reaction rate one million times were added to the reaction mixture?

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    How do I determine the total charge of
    Asn-Tyr-Asp with a pH 7.4

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