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I have done an enzyme assay, and got the concentration of product at 10 minutes how do I calculate product after 1 minute. Do I just divide by 10 - that seems incorrect (Michaelis-Menton curve)
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I have done an enzyme assay, and got the concentration of product at 10 minutes how do I calculate product after 1 minute. Do I just divide by 10 - that seems incorrect (Michaelis-Menton curve)
If you can assume constant rate over the 10 mins, then dividing by 10 would make sense. Can you make that assumption?
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