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Zymogens and Chemical Modifications – Metabolic Control of Enzyme Activity

by Kevin Ahern, PhD
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    The lecture Zymogens and Chemical Modifications – Metabolic Control of Enzyme Activity by Kevin Ahern, PhD is from the course Metabolic Control.


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    1. It can have carboxylation blocked by warfarin
    2. It is inactivated by addition of an extra carboxyl group
    3. It gains the ability to bind calcium in a reaction requiring vitamin E
    4. It must lose its extra carboxyl group to be active
    1. ADP-ribosylation — proteases
    2. Phosphorylation — kinase cascade
    3. Acetylation — histones
    4. Acylation — SRC
    5. γ-carboxylation — blood clotting factors

    Author of lecture Zymogens and Chemical Modifications – Metabolic Control of Enzyme Activity

     Kevin Ahern, PhD

    Kevin Ahern, PhD


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