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Activating Compound
cetyltrimethylammonium bromide
0.1 and 1 mM
activation, optimal NaCl concentration for the brain enzyme in hydrolysis of LVVYPWTQRY is 10 mM, optimal concentration for hydrolysis of angiotensin I is 200 mM
kcat increases with increasing KCl concentrations, reaches a maximum at about 300 mM KCl, and the begins to decrease. At relatively low concentrations chloride anions activate the C-domain of the enzyme, but at high concentrations chloride inhibits the enzyme activity. Presence of at least two chloride-binding sites in the C-domain of bovine enzyme: binding of chloride to one of the sites causes activation of the enzyme, whereas chloride binding to the second site results in inhibition of the enzymatic activity
nonessential activator over the pH range 5.0-10.0
required for hydrolysis of angiotensin I, not required for hydrolysis of bradykinin
Diazoacetylnorleucine methyl ester
1.0 mM, activation to 115% of control
diisopropylphosphoryl fluoride
1.0 mM, activation to 116.3% of control
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