first-order kinetics

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The progression of an enzymatic reaction in which the rate at which the product is formed is proportional to the prevailing substrate concentration, with the result that the rate slows gradually, and the reaction never goes to completion. See zero-order kinetics.

Subjects: Genetics and Genomics.

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