Michaelis Menten model. Left: M
→ 0 (S0 = 100; E0 = 1; k1 = 1; k-1 = k2 = 100). Right: S
→ 0 (S0 = 100; E0 = 100; k1 = k-1 = 100; k2 = 1). Time evolution of the Radical Pointer (RP) in the fast mode (top), Participation Indexes (PI) of reactions R1 and R2 in the fast (middle) and slow mode (bottom). The RP of product P in the first case M
→ 0 is similar to RP of substrate S (the both lines overlaid).