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[[Image:GLO1 Homo sapiens small fast.gif|thumb|300px|right|Human [[glyoxalase I]]. Two [[zinc]] ions that are needed for the enzyme to catalyze its reaction are shown as purple spheres, and an [[enzyme inhibitor]] called ''S''-hexylglutathione is shown as a [[space-filling model]], filling the two active sites.]]
 
[[Image:GLO1 Homo sapiens small fast.gif|thumb|300px|right|Human [[glyoxalase I]]. Two [[zinc]] ions that are needed for the enzyme to catalyze its reaction are shown as purple spheres, and an [[enzyme inhibitor]] called ''S''-hexylglutathione is shown as a [[space-filling model]], filling the two active sites.]]
   
'''Enzymes''' ({{IPAc-en|icon|ˈ|ɛ|n|z|aɪ|m|z}}) are biological molecules that [[catalysis|catalyze]] (i.e., [[reaction rate|increase the rates]] of) [[chemical reaction]]s.<ref>{{cite book |author=Smith AL (Ed) |title=Oxford dictionary of biochemistry and molecular biology |publisher=Oxford University Press |location=Oxford [Oxfordshire] |year=1997 |isbn=0-19-854768-4 |author-separator=, |display-authors=1}}</ref><ref>{{cite book |author=Grisham, Charles M.; Reginald H. Garrett |title=Biochemistry |publisher=Saunders College Pub |location=Philadelphia |year=1999 |pages=426–7 |isbn=0-03-022318-0}}</ref> In enzymatic reactions, the [[molecule]]s at the beginning of the process, called [[substrate (biochemistry)|substrates]], are converted into different molecules, called [[product (biology)|products]]. Almost all chemical reactions in a [[cell (biology)|biological cell]] need enzymes in order to occur at rates sufficient for life. Since enzymes are selective for their substrates and speed up only a few reactions from among many possibilities, the set of enzymes made in a cell determines which [[metabolic pathway]]s occur in that cell.
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'''Enzymes''' ({{IPAc-en|icon|ˈ|ɛ|n|z|aɪ|m|z}}) are biological molecules that [[catalysis|catalyze]] (i.e., [[reaction rate|increase the rates]] of) [[chemical reaction]]s.<ref>{{cite book |author=Smith AL (Ed) |title=Oxford dictionary of biochemistry and molecular biology |publisher=Oxford University Press |location=Oxford [Oxfordshire] |year=1997 |isbn=0-19-854768-4 |author-separator=, |display-authors=1}}</ref><ref>{{cite book |author=Grisham, Charles M.; Reginald H. Garrett |title=Biochemistry |publisher=Saunders College Pub |location=Philadelphia |year=1999 |pages=426–7 |isbn=0-03-022318-0}}</ref> In enzymatic reactions, the [[molecule]]s at the beginning of the process, called crap, are converted into different molecules, called [[product (biology)|products]]. Almost all chemical reactions in a person need enzymes in order to occur at rates sufficient for life. Since enzymes are selective for their substractions and additions up only a few reactions from among many monkeys, the set of enzymes made in a cell determines which movies shows in that theatre.
   
   
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