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Nonenzymatic cleavage of peptide bonds: the methionine residues in bovine pancreatic ribonuclease.
 Determination of the tryptophan content of proteins with N-bromosuccinimide
Publisher Summary A rapid and convenient spectrophotometric method for the estimation of tryptophan in proteins, utilizing the reagent N -bromosuccinimide (NBS) is discussed. This chapter discusses… Expand
O-Methylation of catechol amines in vivo.
Arene oxides and the NIH shift: The metabolism, toxicity and carcinogenicity of aromatic compounds
A rapid spectrophotometric assay of mono-amine oxidase based on the rate of disappearance of kynuramine.
- H. Weissbach, T. E. Smith, J. Daly, B. Witkop, S. Udenfriend
- Biology, Medicine
- The Journal of biological chemistry
- 1 April 1960
Intramolecular (nonenzymatic) condensation of the aminoaldehyde proved to be faster than the further oxidation of the aldehyde to the acid or lactam and has been developed into a rapid method for the assay of monoamine oxidase. Expand
1,2-naphthalene oxide as an intermediate in the microsomal hydroxylation of naphthalene.
 Reactivity toward N-bromosuccinimide as a criterion for buried and exposed tryptophan residues in proteins
Publisher Summary This chapter discusses the reactivity toward N -Bromosuccinimide as a criterion for buried and exposed tryptophan residues in proteins. Tryptophan-containing proteins in 8–10 M urea… Expand
SELECTIVE CLEAVAGE OF THE METHIONYL PEPTIDE BONDS IN RIBONUCLEASE WITH CYANOGEN BROMIDE1
Hydroxylation-induced migration: the NIH shift. Recent experiments reveal an unexpected and general result of enzymatic hydroxylation of aromatic compounds.
Role of the arene oxide-oxepin system in the metabolism of aromatic substrates: I. In vitro conversion of benzene oxide to a premercapturic acid and a dihydrodiol
Abstract On incubation with rabbit liver microsomes, benzene oxide is converted enzymatically to trans-1,2-dihydro-l,2-dihydroxybenzene. The enzyme, “epoxide hydrase,” is found in both the microsomal… Expand