Q. 64.2( 22 Votes )

Which forces are involved in holding the drugs to the active site of enzymes?

Answer :

Either of the following forces can be involved in holding the drugs to the active sites of enzymes: -

(i) Ionic bonding


(ii) Hydrogen bonding


(iii) Dipole − dipole interaction


(iv) Van der Waals force


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