Title : Proton-magnetic-resonance studies of the lysine residues of ribonuclease A.

Pub. Date : 1975 May

PMID : 238843






6 Functional Relationships(s)
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1 In the presence of phosphate, titration curves for the H-2 proton resonances of histidine-12 and histidine-119 of methylated RNase-A indicate binding of phosphate at the active site, but these curves continue to show deviations from the titration behaviour of native RNase-A. Histidine ribonuclease A family member 1, pancreatic Homo sapiens
2 Titration curves for the H-2 proton resonances of histidine-12 and histidine-119 of methylated RNase-A show deviations from the titration curves for the native enzyme, indicating some alteration of the active-site conformation. Histidine ribonuclease A family member 1, pancreatic Homo sapiens
3 Titration curves for the H-2 proton resonances of histidine-12 and histidine-119 of methylated RNase-A show deviations from the titration curves for the native enzyme, indicating some alteration of the active-site conformation. Histidine ribonuclease A family member 1, pancreatic Homo sapiens
4 In the presence of phosphate, titration curves for the H-2 proton resonances of histidine-12 and histidine-119 of methylated RNase-A indicate binding of phosphate at the active site, but these curves continue to show deviations from the titration behaviour of native RNase-A. Histidine ribonuclease A family member 1, pancreatic Homo sapiens
5 In the presence of phosphate, titration curves for the H-2 proton resonances of histidine-12 and histidine-119 of methylated RNase-A indicate binding of phosphate at the active site, but these curves continue to show deviations from the titration behaviour of native RNase-A. Histidine ribonuclease A family member 1, pancreatic Homo sapiens
6 In the presence of phosphate, titration curves for the H-2 proton resonances of histidine-12 and histidine-119 of methylated RNase-A indicate binding of phosphate at the active site, but these curves continue to show deviations from the titration behaviour of native RNase-A. Histidine ribonuclease A family member 1, pancreatic Homo sapiens