Protein Structure and Engineering by Oleg Jardetzky (auth.), Oleg Jardetzky, Robin Holbrook

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Freeman, San Francisco. W. , 1977, The Screenless Rotation Method, in: "The Rotation Method in Crystallography," North Holland Publ. , Amsterdam, p. 5. K. , 1980, Riboflavin Synthases of Bacillus Subtilis: Purification and Properties, J. Bioi. Chern. 855:632. Bacher, A. , 1982, Ligand-Binding Studies on Heavy Riboflavin Synthase of Bacillus Subtilis, Eur. J. Biochern. 127:539. , Schnepple, H. , 1986, Heavy Riboflavin Synthase from Bacillus Subtilis, 1. Mol. Bioi. 187:756. Bacher, A. , J. Bacteriol.

On the quaternary level, the catalytic subunits move apart resulting in an elongation of the molecule. The binding of carbamyl phosphate to the enzyme induces a local conformational change in the enzyme which enhances the binding of aspartate and perhaps causes the loss of the salt-link between GIu-50 and Arg-105, allowing Arg105 to reorient and bind carbamyl phosphate. The binding of the substrates at one active site induces the domain closure in that catalytic chain, and requires a quaternary conformational change which allows the 240s loops of the upper and lower catalytic chains to move to their final positions.

It is apparent that the formation of the ~1360 oligomer is accompanied by a reduction of the free enthalpy of the particle. This is also reflected in an increased thermo stability of the a subunit trimer if its enveloped by the icosahedral capsid. , 1980). It is conceivable that the increase in thermostability was a selection factor involved in the evolution of the HRS complex in Bacillaceae. A Comment on Structure-Function Relations Multifunctional enzymes and enzyme complexes are found in all classes of organisms.

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