[Different cooperativity of some oxidoreductases to specialized and nonspecialized regulators].

Abstract

The activation of 2 different mouse liver enzymes: cytozolic disulfide reductase (DSR) and mitochondrial NAD-isocitrate dehydrogenase (ICDH), by catecholamines and especially by 3',5'-AMP is characterized by negative cooperativity; substrate (both enzymes), protamine and EDTA (DSR) produce the positive cooperativity type of activation; DSR activation by… (More)

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