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If insulin is added to a test tube containing glucose nothing happens. Why?

If insulin is added to a test tube containing glucose nothing happens. Why?

Grade:12

1 Answers

Atinek Dubey
51 Points
4 years ago
Hello,So when insulin is added to glucose in test tube nothing happens because Insulin is a proenzyme and works only when the two peptide chains(A&B) are joined and the C chain is removed.

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