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Metals/Ions
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Br-
stimulates peptidase and epoxide hydrolase activity (i.e. conversion of leukotriene A4 into leukotriene B4), SCN- most effective, followed by Cl- and Br-
Cl-
stimulates peptidase activity, not epoxide hydrolase activity (i.e. conversion of leukotriene A4 into leukotriene B4), SCN- most effective, followed by Cl- and Br-
Co2+
apoenzyme can be restored by addition of Co2+, peptidase activity exceeds that of enzyme reactivated with zinc
Co2+
apoenzyme is inactive and can be reactivated by addition of stoichiometric amounts of zinc and cobalt
thiocyanate
stimulates peptidase and epoxide hydrolase activity (i.e. conversion of leukotriene A4 into leukotriene B4), SCN- most effective, followed by Cl- and Br-
Zinc
-
Zinc
0.8 mol zinc per mol enzyme
Zinc
apoenzyme is inactive and can be reactivated by addition of stoichiometric amounts of zinc and cobalt; zinc content: 1 mol of zinc per mol of enzyme; zinc protein
Zinc
catalytic zinc site with the signature HEXXH-(X)18-E, three zinc binding ligands: His295, His299 and Glu318
Zinc
catalytic zinc site with the signature HEXXH-(X)18-E, three zinc binding ligands: His295, His299 and Glu318; zinc content: 1 mol of zinc per mol of enzyme; zinc protein
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