Class 2 Transferases IV: EC 2.4.1.1 - 2.4.1.89 (Springer by Dietmar Schomburg, Ida Schomburg, A. Chang

By Dietmar Schomburg, Ida Schomburg, A. Chang

The Springer instruction manual of Enzymes offers concise info on a few 5,000 enzymes sufficiently good characterised – and this is the second one, up to date variation. Their program in analytical, artificial and biotechnology strategies in addition to in meals undefined, and for medicinal remedies is extra. information sheets are prepared of their EC-Number series. the recent variation displays huge growth in enzymology: the whole fabric has greater than doubled, and the entire 2d version includes 39 volumes plus Synonym Index. beginning in 2009, all newly labeled enzymes are taken care of in complement Volumes.

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J. : Purification and properties of glycogen phosphorylase from Streptococcus salivarius. Arch. Biochem. : Mobilization of granulose in Clostridium pasteurianum. Purification and properties of granulose phosphorylase. Biochem. : 1,4-a-Glucan phosphorylase from the slime mold Physarum polycephalum. Purification, physico-chemical and kinetic properties. Eur. J. : Purification and properties of phosphorylase from Phymatotrichum omnivorum. Arch. Biochem. : Glycogen phosphorylase from Neurospora crassa: purification of a high-specific-activity, non-phosphorylated form.

2, skeletal muscle, heart isozyme Ib [56]) [3, 14, 49, 56] pH-Range 4-8 <13> (<13> approx. 6 <13> (<13> approx. 5 <29> (<29> approx. 2 <3, 19> (<3,19> approx. 5 <19> (<19> approx. 2 and approx. 2 <23> (<23> approx. 5 <2> (<2> approx. 6-8 <22> (<22> approx. 6 and approx. 2 <30> (<30> approx. 7-8 <17> (<17> approx. 2 <20> (<20> approx. 6 <20> (<20> approx. 5 <28> (<28> approx. 6 <22> (<22> approx. 1 <2> (<2> maximal activity at pH 7, approx. 1 35 <10, 13> (<10> phosphorylase B [33]; <13> fast isozyme [49]) [33, 49] 37 <42> [11] 40 <5, 10, 17> [8, 34, 79] 45 <3, 10, 44, 46> (<10> phosphorylase A [33]; <44> starch synthesis [67]; <46> glucan phosphorolysis [70]) [33, 45, 67, 70] 50 <10, 18, 47> (<10> phosphorylase C [33]; <18> synthesis [78]) [33, 72, 78] 50-55 <13, 46> [71] 70 <45> (<45> 50% activity at 90 C [69]) [69] 80-85 <18> (<18> phosphorolysis [78]) [78] Additional information <2> (<2> ratio of phosphorolysis to synthesis increases significantly at higher temperatures [31]) [31] Temperature range ( C) 18-35 <20> (<20> approx.

Binding of N-acetyl-N'-b-d-glucopyranosyl urea and N-benzoyl-N'-b-dglucopyranosyl urea to glycogen phosphorylase b: kinetic and crystallographic studies. Eur. J. : Enzymatic catalysis in crystals of Escherichia coli maltodextrin phosphorylase. J. Mol. 0 A resolution. Biochim. Biophys.

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