We have recently designed a biochemistry laboratory experiment for the purpose of providing students an advanced experience with enzyme kinetics and the kinetics of binding. Bestatin, a well-known and commercially available general protease inhibitor, is a slow-binding inhibitor of aminopeptidase isolated from Aeromonas proteolytica. The binding is on a timescale slow enough for measurement without the use of a rapid-mixing device. Aminopeptidase inhibition is detected via a standard colorimetric assay with an inexpensive commercially available substrate. The binding of bestatin follows first order binding kinetics with a rate constant kon of 59 ± 5 M−1 s−1. This aminopeptidase is well characterized with several crystal structures and a published Ki, which students can then use to calculate the value for koff.