Our website provides a free download of Hyper32 1.0. The latest version of Hyper32 can be installed on PCs running Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10, 32-bit. This free program was originally designed by The University of Liverpool. The program's installer file is commonly found as Hyper32.exe. The most popular version among the software users is 1.0. Hyper32 lies within Education Tools, more precisely Science Tools.
From the developer:
Is a program for the analysis of enzyme-kinetic data.
The velocity (v) of enzyme-catalyzed reactions is hyperbolically related to the substrate concentration ([S]) through the Michaelis-Menten equation:
v = Vmax.[S]/(Km [S])
where Vmax and Km are kinetic constants characteristic of the particular enzyme and substrate.
These constants are estimated in experiments in which [S] is varied and v measured.
They are usually extracted by some linear transformation of the data such as the Lineweaver-Burk or Hanes plots. These transformations are unsatisfactory as they can result in artificial weighting of the data leading to erroneous estimates of Vmax and Km.
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