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EC Number
Activating Compound
Commentary
Reference
5-aminosalicylic acid
converts inactive myeloperoxidase compound II rapidly into active myeloperoxidase
ascorbic acid
200% activation at 0.002 mM and pH 5.2
ascorbic acid
converts inactive myeloperoxidase compound II into active myeloperoxidase
betanin
low micromolar betanin concentrations enhance the chlorination activity of MPO at pH 7.0, increasing the betanin concentration up to 0.006 mM dramatically increases the chlorination rate of monochlorodimedon
chloride
in the presence of 100 mM NaCl the catalytic efficiency of MPO increases 3-4fold whatever the sulfide considered, the rate of 4-tolyl methyl sulphide oxidation enhancement is about 8fold at 120 mM NaCl
D-penicillamine
addition of D-penicillamine significantly enhances the rate of chloroacetonitrile oxidation and cyanide release by the myeloperoxidase/H2O2/Cl- system (17.2% increase at 5 mM)
ferrocyanide
converts inactive myeloperoxidase compound II into active myeloperoxidase
glutathione
addition of glutathione significantly enhances the rate of chloroacetonitrile oxidation and cyanide release by the myeloperoxidase/H2O2/Cl- system (24% increase at 5 mM)
indicaxanthin
at neutral pH and depending on their concentration, indicaxanthin can exhibit a stimulating and inhibitory effect on the chlorination activity of MPO
L-cysteine
addition of L-cysteine significantly enhances the rate of chloroacetonitrile oxidation and cyanide release by the myeloperoxidase/H2O2/Cl- system (45.4% increase at 5 mM)
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