A Mathematical Analysis of Kinetics of Consecutive, Competitive Reactions of Protein Amino Groups
A general mathematical analysis of consecutive, competitive reactions of amino groups in amino acids, peptides, and proteins was developed. The analysis is of more than theoretical interest, and should prove useful for interpretation of the reactivity and utility of reagents that modify lysine in proteins.
KeywordsMathematical Analysis Methyl Acrylate Competitive Reaction Ethyl Vinyl Relative Rate Constant
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