It's true that almost all enzymes are proteins but not all of them are proteins.some rna can act as enzyme e.g. Ribozyme
That statement is false. All enzymes are proteins. However, the inverse is true, as not all proteins are enzymes.
True: enzymes are proteins, however all of the body is built up of proteins - your hair for example is made from proteins, however your hair is definitely not an enzyme.
Enzymes are bimolecular catalysts. Almost all known enzymes are proteins.
Enzymes are proteins. There is a saying that "all enzymes are proteins but all proteins are not enzymes".
no. this is impossible as protease enzymes decompose protein
Almost all enzymes are proteins; there are only a few exceptions to this rule, including certain kinds of RNA. Enzymes are necessary for important biological processes necessary for life, including digestion.
Enzymes are proteins but not all proteins are enzymes.
Enzymes are proteins, which are comprised of chains of amino acids. All enzymes are proteins (but not all proteins are enzymes)
Proteins are the macromolecules that serves as enzymes. Meaning all enzymes are proteins (a minor exeption exist as RNA catalyst) and the reverse is not true. Enzymes speed up the biochemical reactions.
Some proteins do serve as enzymes, but certainly not all proteins.
No. Proteins are divided into structural proteins and functional proteins. Structural proteins serve as cellular structures, such as membrane proteins and chromosomal proteins. Functional proteins are involved in material transport, catalysis, information communication, and immunity.
They are made up of proteins. They are globular proteins
All enzymes are proteins (but not all proteins are enzymes).
No, nucleic acids are not enzymes. Nucleic acids are made up of nucleotides where as enzymes are proteins, but all proteins are not enzymes.
Enzymes are not destroyed during chemical reactions.
There are several types of non-protein catalysts, which are also called enzymes. The biggest group are RNA ribozymes, along with some lipid-modified proteins.
Pepsinogen is an inactive form of the digestive enzyme pepsin. Almost all enzymes are proteins, and proteins are organic macromolecules.
Enzymes are proteins, and all proteins are made of amino acids.
Yes. Nearly all enzymes are proteins, and proteins are organic compounds.
All Enzymes are composed of, and from, Proteins.
They are type of proteins. They are globular proteins
Yes most of the enzymes are proteins. There are a few RNA enzymes known as ribozymes exist. Proteins are all coded in DNA in the nucleus.