Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 7, Issue 6, pp 784–785 | Cite as

Influence of SH reagents on the activity of inorganic yeast pyrophosphatase

  • S. M. Avaeva
  • O. V. Koval'chuk


The retention of the activity of the enzyme under conditions for the modification of the sulfhydryl groups by various SH reagents shows that the SH groups are not involved in the active center of inorganic yeast pyrophosphatase.


Sulfhydryl Group Iodoacetamide Maleimide Iodoacetate Iodoacetic Acid 

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  • S. M. Avaeva
  • O. V. Koval'chuk

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