4 edition of Domain Structure & Function of Nucleotide Pyrophosphatases/Phosphodiesterases (Npps found in the catalog.
by Leuven Univ Pr
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|Series||Acta Biomedica Lovaniensia, 285|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||139|
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Our knowledge of the structure and function of alkaline phosphatases has increased greatly in recent years. The crystal structure of the human placental isozyme has enabled us to probe salient features of the mammalian enzymes that differ from those of the bacterial enzymes.
The availability of knockout mice deficient in each of the murine alkaline phosphatase isozymes has also Cited by: The Cytoplasmic Domain Is Involved in Basolateral Targeting of NPP1. To determine in which domain of NPP1 the basolateral targeting signal is located, several chimeras were generated.
We constructed chimeras in which the ectodomain of NPP1 was swapped by GFP or by the ectodomain of NPP3 (Figure 1B). GFP is a soluble protein that has no. Structure/function studies comparing PLAP and the ECAP structure have found a conserved function for those residues that stabilize the active site Zn1, Zn2 and Mg metal ions, i.e., Asp42, His, Ser, Glu, Asp, His, Asp, His, His and His  (Figure 2).
NPP1-NPP3 have been previously described as the only members of the family able to hydrolyse diadenosine polyphosphates. Each of the three enzymes cleaves Ap 3.
An indirect clue for the relevance of N-glycosylation changes in RTT is suggested by the recent detection of IgM autoantibodies against N-glycopeptide epitopes in RTT girls, thus suggesting a. Structure/function studies comparing PLAP and the ECAP structure have found a conserved function for those residues that stabilize the active site Zn1, Zn2 and Mg metal ions, i.e., Asp42, His, Ser, Glu, Asp, His, Asp, His, His and His (Figure (Figure2).
However, while mutations at Zn2 or Mg sites have similar. Abstract. The cyclic dinucleotides (CDNs) cyclic diguanosine monophosphate (c-diGMP) and cyclic diadenosine monophosphate (c-diAMP) with two canonical 3′→5′ internucleotide linkages are ubiquitous second messenger molecules in bacteria, regulating a multitude of physiological by: 4.
Since the structure of nucleotide-based inhibitors is similar to the structure of natural substrates, the possibility of off-target biological effects, such as P2 purinergic receptor activation, could also be enhanced. Consequently, nucleotide-based inhibitors may not be ideal lead candidates for the development of translatable ENPP1 : Kenneth I.
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Full Text The family‐wide structure and function of human dual‐specificity protein phosphatases by Jeong, Dae Gwin and Wei, Chun Hua and Ku, Bonsu and Jeon, Tae Jin and Chien, Pham Ngoc and Kim, Jae Kwan and Park, So Ya and Hwang, Hyun Sook and Ryu, Sun Young and Park, Hwangseo and Kim, Deok‐Soo and Kim, Seung Jun and Ryu, Seong Eon.
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In this work, we explored the possibility of increasing the biological stability of these RNA molecules by replacing their natural ribose ring with an acyclic L-threoninol by: 9. It is becoming widely accepted that catalytic promiscuity, i.e., the ability of a single enzyme to catalyze the turnover of multiple, chemically distinct substrates, plays a key role in the evolution of new enzyme functions.
In this context, the members of the alkaline phosphatase superfamily have been extensively studied as model systems in order to understand the phenomenon of enzyme Cited by: Naively one might have expected an early division between phosphate monoesterases and diesterases of the alkaline phosphatase (AP) superfamily.
On the contrary, prior results and our structural and biochemical analyses of phosphate monoesterase PafA, from Chryseobacterium meningosepticum, indicate similarities to a superfamily phosphate diesterase [Xanthomonas citri nucleotide Cited by: 9.
Alkaline Phosphatases Alkaline Phosphatases Millán, José Our knowledge of the structure and function of alkaline phosphatases has increased greatly in recent years. The crystal structure of the human placental isozyme has enabled us to probe salient features of the mammalian enzymes that differ from those of the bacterial enzymes.
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The catalytic domain of NPP 1 fused to the N- and C-terminal domains of NPP 2 was hyperactive as a nucleotide phosphodiesterase, but did not show any lysophospholipase D activity.
In contrast, chimaeras of the catalytic domain of NPP 2 and the N- and/or C-terminal domains of. References Butt AM Structure and function of oligodendrocytes.
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