BioChem Week 8
BioChem Week 8 CHEM 3653 - 001
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March 8, 2016 know chymotrypsin mechanism LBHB - low barrier hydrogen bond covalent catalysis occurs when a group on the enzyme temporarily becomes covalently bonded Protein groups that can act as covalent catalysts Se, Tyr, —OH, —O- CO2 H+ Acetoacetate Enolate Acetone enzymes need “helper” molecules called coenzyme Nearly 1/3 of all known enzymes require metal ions for activity Fe(II), Fe(III), Cu(II), Mn(II), Co(II) are usually catalytic Na+, K+, Ca+ are usually structural Mg2+, Zn2+ can be either catalytic or structural Serine Proteases tertiary structure is more conserved than primary W. W. Cleland Pre-steady state [ES] forming (us-ms) steady state: [ES] almost constant (s-min) Michaelis Constant (Km) indicates the substrate concentration at which the reaction rate 1/2 Vmax Enzyme activity will be high when [S] is above Km 10^8, 10^9 diffusion control March 10, 2016 Exam II March 24 Km = k2 + k3 k1 order of release is random, random bi-bi (Cleland Nomenclature) Reversible inhibitors (noncovalently bound) uncompetitive - lines are parallel mixed or noncompetitive if alpha = alpha’ (very rare case) then it is called “pure competitive” and lines intersect on x-axis of the double reciprocal plot Irreversible Inhibition (covalent modiﬁcation) Regulation of Enzyme Activity Substrate Level Control -Rx rate up with up [S] - in general a large change in [S] would be required to effect a signiﬁcant change in enzyme activity (thus this is a crude meaning of regulation) Regulation at committed steps of pathways covalent modiﬁcation Chapter 9 glyceraldehyde - an aldose dihydroxyacetone (a ketose)
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