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Even the triple mutant without any amino acid from the original catalytic center displayed a 1000-fold higher reaction rate than the uncatalyzed reaction, and the remainder of the enzyme molecule bound the substrate better in the transition state than in the ground state (Carter, 1988). y The numerous interactions between enzyme side chains and substrate molecules act synergistically, so the fit is quite exact. This cooperativity enhances substrate specificity, for a small change of substrate can effect a large change in the binding of the transition state.
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