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are the caseins the substrate

Asked by lush_lady | May 6, 2008 | AS Level > Biology > Coursework
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lush_lady asks:

Hi i am currently doing a piece of coursework where i have to test the coagulation of milk.

I was thinking that the caseins in the milk where the substrate which the rennin binds with to make the curd. I was wondering whether you could tell me if i am wrong/right and why?

etutor answers:
The substrate is the thing that the enzyme acts on, and it is the casein in this case

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