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The Schiff base then decomposes to another complex, Xq,which is formed by a diffusion-controlled reaction between EMand KA. Thus a detailed picture of this enzyme's mechanism of action in terms of elementary steps is emerging. VI. Conclusions From our preceding discussion, it is evident that the elementary steps of simple reactions have been or are being extensively studied and are now becoming fairly well understood. An examination of available data indicates that enzymic reactions may be broken down into similar elementary steps with the important addition of macromolecular interactions.
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