allosteric

allosteric

[al-uh-ster-ik, -steer-]
adjective Biochemistry.
pertaining to regulation of the rate of an enzymatic process.

Origin:
1960–65; allo- + steric

allosterically, adverb
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allosteric (ˌæləʊˈstɪərɪk)
 
adj
biochem of, relating to, or designating a function of an enzyme in which the structure and activity of the enzyme are modified by the binding of a metabolic molecule

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