Substrate Activation in the Carboxypeptidase A Catalysis of Ester Hydrolysis

@article{Murphy1974SubstrateAI,
  title={Substrate Activation in the Carboxypeptidase A Catalysis of Ester Hydrolysis},
  author={Joe Murphy and John W. Bunting},
  journal={Canadian Journal of Chemistry},
  year={1974},
  volume={52},
  pages={3829-3836}
}
The hydrolyses of the O-hippuryl derivatives of glycolic acid (1a), 2-methyllactic acid (1b), and p-chloromandelic acid (1c) by bovine carboxypeptidase A display substrate activation. The hydrolyse... 
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