The Enzymes: Group transfer. Nucleotidyl transfer, nucleosidyl transfer, acyl transfer, phosphoryl transfer, Volume 8, Part 1

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Paul D. Boyer
Academic Press, 1973 - Acyltransferases - 651 pages
Conte˙do: Group transfer: Part A: nucleotidyl transfer; nucleosidyl transfer; acyl transfer; phosphoryl transfer.
 

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Contents

Adenylyl Transfer Reactions
1
Biosynthesis of Phosphodiester Derivatives of Adenosine
20
Synthesis of Adenosine Diphosphate Derivatives
30
Synthesis of Imidol Adenylate Derivatives
37
Uridine Diphosphoryl Glucose Pyrophosphorylase
51
Properties
62
Adenosine Diphosphoryl Glucose Pyrophosphorylase
73
Physical Properties of the ADPglucose Pyrophosphorylases
117
Conclusion
351
Pyruvate Kinase F J Kayne I Introduction
353
Molecular Properties
355
Catalytic Properties
364
Creatine Kinase Adenosine 5Triphosphate Creatine Phosphotransferase D C Watts
383
Introduction
384
Structure
386
Purification Assay and Enzyme Stability
395

The Adenosyltransferases
121
Acyl Group Transfer Acyl Carrier Protein
155
Chemical Basis of Biological Phosphoryl Transfer
201
Phosphofructokinase
239
Adenylate Kinase
279
Introduction
307
Molecular Properties
313
Catalytic Properties
320
Functions in the Cell
331
3Phosphoglycerate Kinase R K Scopes I Introduction
335
Biological Behavior of Phosphoglycerate Kinase
336
Isolation and Molecular Properties
340
Reaction Kinetics
346
Substrate Specificity
403
The Activating Metal Ion
409
Enzyme Kinetics
412
Chemical Investigations of the Enzyme Mechanism
431
Arginine Kinase and Other Invertebrate Guanidino Kinases J F Morrison I Introduction
457
Determination of Enzymic Activity
464
Molecular Properties
466
Glycerol and Glycerate Kinases
487
Microbial Aspartokinases
509
Protein Kinases
555
Author Index
583
Subject Index
617
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