Enzyme Kinetics and Mechanism - Part C: Intermediates, by Daniel L. Purich (Eds.)

By Daniel L. Purich (Eds.)

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Symbols: ( I ) complete reaction mixture; (IS]) minus diethyl pyrocarbonate; (A) NH~OH added after 5 min; (&) NH2OH added after 1 hr. 11 3 4 Time ( h r ) FIG. 10. Substrate protection of galactose-I-P uridylyltransferase against inactivation by diethylpyrocarbonate. The compositions of the complete and control reaction mixtures were as described in Fig. 9. 5 mM 2-mercaptoethanol at 0° for 20 min. 5 and 4 °. An aliquot of the best protein-containing fraction was combined with the pH 6 phosphate buffer for reaction with diethyl pyrocarbonate.

Fahrney, Biochemistry 9, 251 (1970). 17 C. K. Garrison and R. H. Himes, Biochem. Biophys. Res. Cornmun. 67, 1251 (1975). 34 ENZYME INTERMEDIATES [2] tivation by diethyl pyrocarbonate, while galactose 1-P did not. Moreover, the uridylyl-enzyme was found to be very much less sensitive to diethylpyrocarbonate than the free enzyme. The foregoing strongly implied that the active site nucleophile is the imidazole ring of a histidine, but the evidence was indirect and inconclusive. A clear identification of the active site nucleophile as N-3 of a histidine imidazole group was achieved by chemically degrading the [32p]uridylyl-enzyme to a [32p]phosphoenzyme and then hydrolyzing the latter in base to N3-[3zp]phosphohistidine.

After 5 min at room temperature, the solution was passed through a column (1 × 40 cm) of Sephadex G-25equilibrated and eluted with the same buffer at 4°. Fractions of approximately 1 ml were collected at 5-min intervals. 8 x l0~ cpm//zmol). Note the complete absence of radioactivity associated with the protein, showing that intact UDPglucoseis not bound by the enzyme under these conditions. C was identical with A, except that the reaction mixture also contained 32 nmol of glucose 1-P. Note the reduced radioactivity associated with enzyme relative to A.

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