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Content material: entrance disguise; The Enzymes: team move; Copyright web page; Contents; record of members; Preface; Contents of different Volumes; bankruptcy 1. Adenylyl move Reactions; bankruptcy 2. Uridine Diphosphoryl Glucose Pyrophosphorylase; bankruptcy three. Adenosine Diphosphoryl Glucose Pyrophosphorylase; bankruptcy four. The Adenosyltransferases; bankruptcy five. Acyl crew move (Acyl provider Protein); bankruptcy 6. Chemical foundation of organic Phosphoryl move; bankruptcy 7. Phosphofructokinase; bankruptcy eight. Adenylate Kinase; bankruptcy nine. Nucleoside Diphosphokinases; bankruptcy 10. 3-Phosphoglycerate Kinase. bankruptcy eleven. Pyruvate KinaseChapter 12. Creatine Kinase (Adenosine 5'-Triphosphate-Creatine Phosphotransferase); bankruptcy thirteen. Arginine Kinase and different Invertebrate Guanidino Kinases; bankruptcy 14. Glycerol and Glycerate Kinases; bankruptcy 15. Microbial Aspartokinases; bankruptcy sixteen. Protein Kinases; writer Index; topic Index
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The second enzyme fraction, E,, is apparently concerned with transfer of the lipoyl group from El-lipoyl-AMP to the acceptor r-NH2-lysyl group of the a-ketoacid dehydrogenase. The intermediate role of lipoyl-AMP is further supported by the fact that synthetic lipoyl-AMP can replace ATP and lipoate in the overall reaction. In this case, both E, and E2 are required, suggesting that the El-lipoyl-AMP complex is an obligatory intermediate in the lipoyl transfer part of the reaction. Proteolytic degradation of the pyruvate and a-ketoglutarate dehydrogenase complexes containing bound 35S-lipoic acid led to the isolation of lipoyl-containing peptides having the common amino acid sequenceAsp-Nf-lipopyl-Lys (122) .
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