What are receptors and how are they different from enzymes?
Asked by Topperlearning User | 22nd Jun, 2016, 10:47: AM
Macromolecules of biological origin perform various functions in the body. For example, proteins which perform the role of biological catalysts in the body are called Enzymes, those which are crucial to communication system in the body are called Receptors.
Answered by | 22nd Jun, 2016, 12:47: PM
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