This model shows an enzymatic reaction in which the product acts as an inhibitor to reduce the reaction progress.
In this reaction, we start with an enzyme and substrate along with a product. The enzyme and substrate bond, however, since the reaction goes to equilibrium, the product also bonds with the substrate forming an inhibitor to the formation of pure product.
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Bassingthwaighte JB.: Enzymes and Metabolic Reactions, Chapter 10 in "Transport and Reactions in Biological Systems"
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