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Guanidine-induced alterations in substrate dependent kinetics of hepatic and renal succinate dehydrogenase (SDH) have been investigated under in vitro conditions. Guanidine hydrochloride (GuHCl) induced a mixed type of inhibition by decreasing the maximal velocity (V max ) and increasing the...
Reversible inhibition phenomena are analyzed for enzymatic systems involving covalent intermediates, where the inhibitor can bind to the pure enzyme, the Henri-Michaelis complex or the covalent intermediate, or to two or three of these enzyme forms. Classical competitive, non-competitive or...
By investigating the effects of more than 15 different L-fucose analogues on the activity of L-fucokinase (EC 126.96.36.199) from rat liver in vitro , certain structural requirements for potent inhibition of this enzyme were established. Of the novel compounds, 4,6-dideoxy-L-xylo-hexopyranose (4) and...
The present work addresses the estimation of energy parameters such as Gibb's free energy change (Δ G ), enthalpy change (Δ H ), entropy change (Δ S ) and activation energy ( E a ) of acetylcholinesterase (AChE, EC 188.8.131.52) from camel retina in the absence and presence of the antineoplastic...
The reduction of acetohexamide catalyzed by carbonyl reductase from rabbit kidney was inhibited by befunolol, moperone, levobunolol, daunorubicin and loxoprofen, which have a ketone group within their chemical structures and are substrates for the enzyme. A significant correlation was observed...
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