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Enzyme modulator

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Enzyme modulator

An enzyme modulator is a type of drug which modulates enzymes. They include enzyme inhibitors and enzyme inducers. In an homogenous assay, "an enzyme modulator ... is covalently linked to the ligand which competes with free ligand from the test sample for the available antibodies."[1]

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  1. ^ Tijssen, P. (1 August 1985). Practice and Theory of Enzyme Immunoassays. Elsevier. p. 382.  

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