Christoph Woenckhaus

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Kinetic investigations employing the substrate analogues 2-oxoglutarate and phospho(enol)pyruvate indicate that the allosteric L-lactate dehydrogenase (EC 1.1.1.27) of Lactobacillus casei has a non-catalytic pyruvate-binding site to which, in addition to pyruvate, the allosteric effector fructose 1,6-bisphosphate can also be found. A modification using the(More)
Reactive coenzyme analogues omega-(3-diazoniumpyridinium)alkyl adenosine diphosphate were prepared by reaction of omega-(3-aminopyridinium)alkyl adenosine diphosphate with nitrous acid. In these compounds the nicotinamide ribose is substituted by hydrocarbon chains of varied lengths (n-ethyl to n-pentyl). The diazonium compounds are very unstable and(More)
4-(3-Bromoacetylpyridinio)butyldiphosphoadenosine was synthesized with a [carbonyl-14C]acetyl label. The reactive coenzyme analogue inactivates alcohol dehydrogenase from Bacillus stearothermophilus by forming a covalent enzyme-coenzyme compound. The inactivation kinetics as well as the spectral properties of the modified enzyme after treatment with sodium(More)