Trojan Horse Inhibitor | definition of Trojan Horse Inhibitor by Medical dictionary
Trojan Horse Inhibitor
A molecule introduced by affinity labelling into the active site of an enzyme or other protein, in order to delineate the ‘business end’ of a molecule of interest, given that a 'Trojan horse'-type molecular mimic prevents a target protein from performing its usual function
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