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ATP analogues

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#1 itmaybe



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Posted 20 February 2019 - 02:27 AM

Hello everyone,


I would like to ask something that bothers me about ATP hydrolysis.

I am using ATP and its analogues: non-hydrolysable analogue and transition state analogue.

I would like to know what exactly transition state represents? 

I have found some information saying it represents a state just before hydrolysis and I found information it represents the state right after the hydrolysis.

Which information is correct? (I imagine the one just before hydrolysis but...)


Anyone who can share some opinions?




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