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5) If a second aliquot of fresh enzyme is added to a solution containing inactivated enzyme and excess inhibitor, the rate of inactivation of the second • G. Schoellman~ and E. Shaw, Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 7, 36 (1962).  MECHANISM-BASED IRREVERSIBLE INHIBITORS 31 enzyme "pulse" should be the same as for the first. If its rate of inactivation is faster, it would be expected that an inhibitory metabolite is being formed in solution. (6) If stable, the product of the enzyme-inhibitor conversion should be an affinity labeling agent of the enzyme.