constitutive enzyme


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constitutive enzyme

[′kän·stə‚tüd·iv ′en‚zīm]
(biochemistry)
An enzyme whose concentration in a cell is constant and is not influenced by substrate concentration.
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The MLEE method used was as previously described (8-10); the electrophoretic mobility of 15 constitutive enzymes was analyzed.