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Why do we say that “an enzyme is reusable”?

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Enzymes are the biocatalyst used in a biochemical reaction to increase the rate of the reaction. The enzymes have the ability to work at specific pH and temperature conditions.

Enzymes are reusable because they can be used for the additional reaction and can also be used for the other reactions. Enzymes undergo no change in the reaction and can be reused in the fresh reactions. Enzymes are not degraded during the catalysis of the reaction and can be reused in other reactions of the body.