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Activating Compound
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2-mercaptoethanol
thiol compound required for maximal activity on glycine-CO2 exchange reaction
dithiothreitol
P and H protein alone jointly catalyze the glycine-CO2 exchange reaction in presence of pyridoxal phosphate and dithiothreitol
dithiothreitol
thiol compound required for maximal activity on glycine-CO2 exchange reaction
GSH
thiol compound required for maximal activity on glycine-CO2 exchange reaction
H-protein
upon addition of exogenous unlipoylated H-protein, kcat increases 190fold, in the absence of the lipoic acid moiety on H-protein, the methylamine adduct with pyridoxal 5'-phosphate (aminomethyl-quinonoid intermediate) is released as the product of the GLDC-catalyzed decarboxylation of glycine
lipoylated H-protein
the presence of the lipoyl moiety on H-protein does not affect the rates of GLDC (or GLDCcoexp)-catalyzed glycine decarboxylation
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the presence of the lipoyl moiety on H-protein does not affect the rates of GLDC (or GLDCcoexp)-catalyzed glycine decarboxylation further corroborates the suggestion that H-protein (or lipoylated H-protein) does not directly participate in and is not required for release of CO2 from glycine in the formation of the pyridoxal 5'-phosphate-quinonoid intermediate, an important distinction that is contrary to earlier findings
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