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It is called an induced fit. This is different from the lock-and-key mechanism, where the two were thought to fit perfectly.
The enzyme and substrate together are the enzyme-substrate complex.
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What is called when an enzyme binds with its substrate...?
what is it called when an enzyme binds with its substrate and changes its shape slightly to hold the substrate in place better?
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