cooperativity model

co·op·er·a·tiv·i·ty mod·el

a model used to explain the property of cooperativity observed in certain enzymes, for example, allosterism or hysteresis.
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It seems to be important to stress that this cooperativity model is basically different from the classical models of cooperative ligand binding introduced in the 1960s, i.e.
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