Advances in Enzymology and Related Areas of Molecular Biology

Published by John Wiley and Sons
Online ISSN: 0065-258X
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IntroductionFormation of MonosaccharidesGlycosyl Transfer from Sugar NucleotidesSummary
 
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Introduction and SummaryDefinition of TermsFormation and Nature of FilmsEffects of Adsorption on Biological ActivityThe Influence of Adsorption on Enzyme Stability to Radiation and Heat
 
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IntroductionActivitySpecificity and IdentitySpecificity and StructureCellular LocationBiosynthesisIsolation and PurificationComparison of Purified β-LactamasesCatalytic Properties of Individual β-Lactamases.Enzyme-Substrate InteractionsEnzyme-Antibody InteractionsConclusions
 
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IntroductionHistoricalEnzymes that are Susceptible to RegulationUnique Properties of Regulatory EnzymesMechanism of Allosteric ControlPatterns of Metabolic ControlCarbohydrate MetabolismPurine MetabolismPyrimidine BiosynthesisIsocitrate DehydrogenaseGlutamate Dehydrogenase
 
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IntroductionOccurrence and General Properties of β-1,3 GlucansLaminarinOther β-1,3 GlucansBiosynthesisDistribution, Preparation, and Properties of LaminarinaseEcological Significance of LaminarinasePhysiological Activity of Laminarin and Related Glucans
 
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IntroductionCytology of Hevea brasiliensis Latex VesselsCarbohydrate Metabolism in LatexUtilization of Acetate and Pyruvate for Rubber BiosynthesisAcetyl-Coenzyme A as a Precursor of Rubber in vitroUtilization of Malonate for Rubber Biosynthesisβ-Hydroxy-β-Methylglutaryl-CoA as a Precursor of RubberSite of Formation of Rubber PrecursorsConversion of Mevalonate to Isopentenyl PyrophosphateConversion of Isopentenyl Pyrophosphate to RubberBiosynthesis of Nonrubber Terpenoids in LatexInitiation of New Molecules and Particles of RubberStereochemistry of the Formation of Rubber and Farnesyl PyrophosphateMechanisms of BiogenesisMetabolic Regulation of Rubber Biosynthesis
 
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IntroductionAspects of Methods of Peptide SynthesisSynthesis of ACTH and MSH PeptidesBiological PropertiesConcluding Remarks
 
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IntroductionNeurotransmitters and BehaviorThe Biochemistry of Affective DisordersThe Biochemistry of SchizophreniaSome Concluding Thoughts
 
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Concept of NeurosecretionDistribution and Functions of Neurosecretory CellsSignificance of the Neurosecretory CellThe Hypothalamo-Neurohypophysial ComplexNeurosecretory ProcessBiosynthetic MechanismsSecretory Mechanisms
 
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IntroductionGlycogen PhosphorylaseGlycogen SynthetaseGlutamine Synthetase from E. coliDiscussion
 
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IntroductionState of the Active Site of Aspartate Aminotransferase Prior to Interaction with SubstratesDetailed Mechanism of Enzymic TransaminationVerification of Some Implications of the ModelConclusion: Interpretation of the Hypothesis “Stabilization-Orientation-Change of Conditions by Positional Change” as Applied to Other Enzymes.
 
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IntroductionGlutathioneMercapturic Acid BiosynthesisGlutathione S-TransferasesOther Mercapturic Acid PrecursorsConclusion
 
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IntroductionEnzyme Isolation from Alkaloid-Producing SpeciesBiosynthesis of Nicotine and Related AlkaloidsBiosynthesis of the Indole AlkaloidsSummary
 
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IntroductionPreparationMolecular CharacteristicsEnzymic ActivityOptical Absorption SpectraMagnetic PropertiesPeroxide CompoundReaction MechanismGeneral Comments
 
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IntroductionDetection and Measurement of ActivityIsolationPhysical PropertiesChemical AnalysisSpecificityKinetic PropertiesMechanism of ActionPhysiological Significance
 
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IntroductionBiosynthesis and Metabolism of 1,4-Diaminobutane, Spermidine, and Spermine in MicroorganismsBiosynthesis and Metabolism of 1,4-Diaminobutane, Spermidine, and Spermine in Animals and PlantsMiscellaneous Effects of PolyaminesPostulated Functions for the Polyamines
 
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IntroductionStructural RelationsThe Specificity of InhibitionThe Mechanism of InhibitionSummary
 
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IntroductionBiotin and Its VitamersHistoricalMutant TechniqueEnzymatic ReactionsGeneticsControlTransport
 
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IntroductionAmidotransferases of Purine Nucleotide SynthesisAmidotransferases of Pyrimidine Nucleotide SynthesisSynthesis of Aromatic and Heterocyclic CompoundsAmide Transfer to a Keto GroupAmide Transfer to a Carboxyl Group
 
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IntroductionEnzyme-Reduced Coenzyme (R) ComplexesEnzyme-Oxidized Coenzyme (O) ComplexesThe Catalytic Activity of Glutamate DehydrogenaseRelationships Between the Kinetic Phenomena and the Enzyme Ligand ComplexsProtein Associatioin and Its Relationship to the Catalytic RectionConclusion
 
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IntroductionPurification and PropertiesCofactors and ActivatorsAssaysSubstrates and InhibitorsMechanismLysyl HydroxylaseSite of HydroxylationRegulationNonvertebrate Prolyl Hydroxylases
 
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IntroductionTritiation of AsialoglycoproteinsSpecificity of GalactoseLocus of Uptake and CatabolismEnzymatic Replacement of Sialic Acid ResiduesQuantitation of the Galactose RequirementGenerality of the PhenomenonDifferentiation from PhagocytosisMechanism of Hormone InactivationChemical Coupling of Glycopeptides to ProteinsNew Method of Labeling GlycoproteinsBinding by Plasma MembranesQuantitation of BindingSolubilization of Binding ProteinSummary
 
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IntroductionClassification of Microbial Proteinases by SpecificitySerine ProteinasesThiol ProteinasesMetal-Chelator-Sensitive ProteinasesAcid ProteinasesEffect of Secondary Interaction on Enzymatic ActionConclusion
 
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IntroductionO2-—The SubstrateAssays for Superoxide DismutaseCopper-Zinc Superoxide DismutasesBacterial Superoxide DismutasesMitochondrial Superoxide DismutaseBiological Importance of Superoxide DismutaseSuperoxide Dismutase as a Probe for O2-Summary and Projections
 
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IntroductionProperties of Purified TryptophanaseCatalytic Properties of TryptophanaseMechanism of ActionConcluding Remarks
 
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IntroductionEnediol IntermediateOne Base-Migrating ProtonStereochemical Evidence for a cis-EnediolAnomer SpecificityCatalysis of Mutarotation by Phosphoglucose IsomeraseAmination-DeaminationFunctional Catalytic GroupsThe Future
 
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IntroductionPhosphate Modified AnalogsRibose-Modified ATP AnalogsPurine-Modified AnalogsATP Affinity LabelsMetallo-DerivativesAffinity ChromatographyConclusions
 
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