FUNCTIONAL TYROSYL RESIDUES IN THE ACTIVE CENTER OF BOVINE PANCREATIC CARBOXYPEPTIDASE A
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Functional effects of reducing and carboxymethylating the single disulfide bond in bovine carboxypeptidase A
Involvement of tyrosyl residues in the structure-function relationships of D-beta-hydroxybutyrate dehydrogenase: a phospholipid-requiring enzyme
Studies on intestinal sucrase and on intestinal sugar transport. V. Isolation and properties of sucrase-isomaltase from rabbit small intestine
Specific modification by 3 -diazoquinoline of bovine trypsin at three lysyl residues accompanying enhancement of activity toward some synthetic substrates
Modification of the carboxypeptidase A active site residue Glu-270 prevents interaction with a protein protease inhibitor from Ascaris
Further studies on the circular dichroism of carboxypeptidase A (ANSON). Reduced-monoalkylated carboxypeptidase A, and carboxypeptidase Aalpha, Abeta, and Agamma
Effects of mechanism-based reversible inhibitors on the metal environment of cobalt(II)carboxypeptidase A: an electronic spectral study
Substrate specificity of solvent viscosity effects in carboxypeptidase A catalyzed peptide hydrolysis
Properties of analogues of an intermediate in the process of mechanism-based inactivation of carboxypeptidase A
THE EFFECT OF ENZYME ACETYLATION ON THE KINETICS OF THE CARBOXYPERTIDASE-A-CATALYZED HYDROLYSIS OF HIPPURL-L-BETA-PHENYLLACTIC ACID
The structure of carboxypeptidase a, vi. Some results at 2.0-a resolution, and the complex with glycyl-tyrosine at 2.8-a resolution
Ability of nonenzymic nitration or acetylation of E. coli glutamine synthetase to produce effects analogous to enzymic adenylylation
Evidence for a tyrosine residue at the active site of phosphoglucomutase and its interaction with vanadate
On the active sites of proteases. Cleavage of peptide bonds involving D-alanine residues by carboxypeptidase A
Effects of iodination and acetylation of tyrosyl residues on the activity and structure of arginine kinase from lobster muscle
Chemical studies on yeast hexokinase. Specific modification of a single tyrosyl residue with 1-ethyl-3-(3-dimethylaminopropyl)carbodiimide
Comparative study of the iron-binding properties of transferrins. Differences in the involvement of histidine residues as revealed by carbethoxylation
Chemical modification of the bifunctional human serum pseudocholinesterase. Effect on the pseudocholinesterase and aryl acylamidase activities
Conformational dynamics and solvent viscosity effects in carboxypeptidase-A-catalyzed benzoylglycylphenyllactate hydrolysis
N,O-di and N,N,O-tri ( 3 H) acetyl -bungarotoxins as specific labelling agents of cholinergic receptors
Chemical modifications of momordin-a and luffin-a, ribosome-inactivating proteins from the seeds of Momordica charantia and Luffa cylindrica: involvement of His140, Tyr165, and Lys231 in the protein-synthesis inhibitory activity
PEPTIDES CONTAINING THE FUNCTIONAL TYROSYL RESIDUES OF THE ACTIVE CENTER OF BOVINE PANCREATIC CARBOXYPEPTIDASE A
The sulphatase of ox liver. XII. The effect of tyrosine and histidine reagents on the activity of sulphatase A
Effect of temperature upon the conformations of carboxypeptidase A (Anson), A gamma Leu, A gamma Val, AND A alpha + beta
Use of circular dichroism to study the interactions of carboxypeptidase A (Anson) and A alpha + beta with substrates and inhibitors
The non-parallel increase of amylase, chymotrypsinogen and procarboxypeptidase in the developing chick pancreas
Nicotinic acetylcholine receptor: a structural model for alpha-subunit peptide 188-201, the putative binding site for cholinergic agents
Modification of the acetyl and nitro derivatives of carboxypeptidase A by N-bromoacetyl-N-methyl-L-phenylalanine
Chemical modification of prostaglandin endoperoxide synthase by N-acetylimidazole. Effect on enzymic activities and EPR spectroscopic properties
Oxidation of lysozyme by iodine: identification and properties of an oxindolyl ester intermediate: evidence for participation of glutamic acid 35 in catalysis
Determination of the vanadium content of protein solutions by electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy
Evidence for a difference in mechanism between the reactions with carboxypeptidase A of the (-) and (+) - enantiomers of a thiolester substrate
The pH dependence and group modification of beta-D-xylosidase from Bacillus pumilus: evidence for sulfhydryl and histidyl groups
Tyrosine-7 is an essential residue for the catalytic activity of human class PI glutathione S-transferase: chemical modification and site-directed mutagenesis studies
Characterization of the structural difference between active and inactive forms of the Ras protein by chemical modification followed by mass spectrometric peptide mapping
Induction of polymer formation in solutions of bovine pancreas carboxypeptidase A by aromatic compounds
Evidence for alkylphosphorylation of tyrosyl residues of stem bromelain by diisopropylphosphorofluoridate
The activation of bovine procarboxypeptidase A. I. Isolation and properties of the succinylated enzyme precursor
The activation of bovine procarboxypeptidase A. II. Mechanism of activation of the succinylated enzyme precursor
Fructose diphosphatase from rabbit liver. VII. Tyrosine residues and adenosine monophosphate inhibition
Protein--carbohydrate interaction. 18. The preparation and properties of acetylated concanavalin A, the hemagglutinin of the jack bean
Heterogeneity of bovine carboxypeptidase A. II. Chromatographic purification of carboxypeptidase A (Cox)
Fluorescent derivatives of nitrotyrosine. Model compounds for fluorescent reporter groups in proteins
Modification of carboxyl groups in bovine carboxypeptidase A. II. Chemical identification of a functional glutamic acid residue and other reactive groups
On the reaction of acetic and maleic anhydrides with elastase. Evidence for a role of the NH2-terminal valine
An approach to inhibition kinetics. Measurement of enzyme-substrate complexes by electronic energy transfer
Use of a nonenzymatic cleavage reaction for the identification of exposed tyrosine residues in bovine pancreatic ribonuclease
Carboxypeptidase inhibitor from potatoes. The effects of chemical modifications on inhibitory activity
Stopped-flow radiationless energy transfer kinetics: direct observation of enzyme-substrate complexes at steady state
Nitrogen-15 nuclear magnetic resonance of arsanilazotyrosine-248 carboxypeptidase A and its complex with beta-phenylpropionate. Structure and dynamics in solution
Effects of metal ion substitution on carboxypeptidase A catalyzed hydrolysis of O-trans-cinnamoyl-L-beta-phenyllactate
Chemical modification of acetylcholinesterase from eel and basal ganglia: effect on the acetylcholinesterase and aryl acylamidase activities
Kinetic analysis by stopped-flow radiationless energy transfer studies: effect of anions on the activity of carboxypeptidase A
Phosphonate analogues of carboxypeptidase A substrates are potent transition-state analogue inhibitors
Formation of difluorothionoacetyl-protein adducts by S-(1,1,2,2-tetrafluoroethyl)-L-cysteine metabolites: nucleophilic catalysis of stable lysyl adduct formation by histidine and tyrosine
Evidence for essential histidine and cysteine residues in calcium/calmodulin-sensitive cyclic nucleotide phosphodiesterase
Site-directed mutagenesis shows that tyrosine 248 of carboxypeptidase A does not play a crucial role in catalysis
An ESR titration technique for the determination of accessible tyrosine and tryptophan residues in globular proteins
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