How can I plot the the graph of Hill Equation for cooperativity Velocity vs. Substrate concentration in MATLAB

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Akhtar Jan
Akhtar Jan on 26 Dec 2021
Commented: Akhtar Jan on 26 Dec 2021
k1 = 3
k_1 = 1;
k2 = 3;
k3 = 0.6;
k_3 = 1;
k4 = 3;
E0 = 2;
K1 = (k_1+k2)/k1;
K2 = (k_3+k4)/k3;
(k2*K2+k4.*S(i))*E0.*S(i)/(K1*K2+K2.*S(i)+S(i)^2);

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 26 Dec 2021
k1 = 3
k1 = 3
k_1 = 1;
k2 = 3;
k3 = 0.6;
k_3 = 1;
k4 = 3;
E0 = 2;
K1 = (k_1+k2)/k1;
K2 = (k_3+k4)/k3;
S = linspace(0, 10);
hill = (k2*K2+k4*S).*E0.*S./(K1*K2+K2.*S + S.^2);
plot(S, hill)

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