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How to compare Kcat/Km values?

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Default How to compare Kcat/Km values?



Hi, I would like to compare the Kcat/Km values for two similar proteins. I have six sets of similar pairs for comparison.

Is there any statistical method I can use for comparing the values? I would like to make a judgement on whether the difference in the value is statistically significant (e.g. by p value).

Thank you.
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