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EC Number
Subunits
Commentary
Reference
tetramer
4 * 14000
tetramer
4 * 16000, recombinant enzyme, inactive pi-proenzyme, which is cleaved into the 13.22 kDa alpha-subunit and 2.74 kDa beta-subunit, processing is not essential for tetramer formation, SDS-PAGE
tetramer
active enzyme is a tetramer composed of three alpha- and beta-subunits and an incompletely processed pi-protein
tetramer
crystallographic data. Tetramer with pseudofour-fold rotational symmetry. The subunits are six-stranded beta-barrels capped by small alpha-helices at each end. The active sites are located between adjacent subunits
tetramer
the bacterial ADC is a tetramer containing approximately 120 amino acids in each subunit
tetramer
x * 2800, beta, + x * 11000, alpha, + x * 13800, pi, SDS-PAGE, enzyme comprises principally the unprocessed pi-subunit, with a small proportion of the alpha-subunit and the beta-subunit. The enzyme is synthesized initially as an inactive proenzyme, the pi-protein, which is proteolytically cleaved at a specific X-Ser bond to produce a beta-subunit with XOH at its C-terminus and an alpha-subunit with a pyruvoyl group at its N-terminus, derived from serine
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