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Eadie–Hofstee diagram

Summary
In biochemistry, an Eadie–Hofstee plot (or Eadie–Hofstee diagram) is a graphical representation of the Michaelis–Menten equation in enzyme kinetics. It has been known by various different names, including Eadie plot, Hofstee plot and Augustinsson plot. Attribution to Woolf is often omitted, because although Haldane and Stern credited Woolf with the underlying equation, it was just one of the three linear transformations of the Michaelis–Menten equation that they initially introduced. However, Haldane indicated latter that Woolf had indeed found the three linear forms: "In 1932, Dr. Kurt Stern published a German translation of my book "Enzymes", with numerous additions to the English text. On pp. 119-120, I described some graphical methods, stating that they were due to my friend Dr. Barnett Woolf. [...] Woolf pointed out that linear graphs are obtained when v is plotted against v x^{-1}, v^{-1} against x^{-1}, or v^{-1}x
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