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“…Photoreactive compounds containing azido group are widely used for the affinity label!ing of proteins [1][2][3][4]. Recently ATP-7-p-azidoanilidate* was found to be competitive inhibitor of ATP for phenylalanyltRNA synthetase (EC 6.1.1.)…”
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“…Photoreactive compounds containing azido group are widely used for the affinity label!ing of proteins [1][2][3][4]. Recently ATP-7-p-azidoanilidate* was found to be competitive inhibitor of ATP for phenylalanyltRNA synthetase (EC 6.1.1.)…”
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“…The use of the triplet of benzophenone has also been suggested as a photochemical probe of biological ligand-receptor interactions (12). Among numerous applications of photoaffinity labeling are the covalent attachment of NAD+ analogs to enzymes (5,15), the identification of antibody binding sites (8,10), the labeling of phosphofructokinase with a cAMP analog (9), and the use of photosensitive analogs for study of estrogen binding proteins of the rat uterus (19,20).…”
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“…An important variant of this method is photoaffinity labeling (4,5) in which a labeling reagent R-P is used, where P now is a group that is chemically unreactive in the dark, but upon photolysis is converted to an extremely reactive intermediate P*. In principle, P* may react to form a covalent bond with some group in the active site before R-P* can dissociate from the site.…”
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“…In principle, P* may react to form a covalent bond with some group in the active site before R-P* can dissociate from the site. Since the introduction of photolyzable reagents into site-labeling studies by Westheimer and his colleagues (6), several investigations (4,5,(7)(8)(9) have used this approach. In initial studies from this laboratory (7), we showed that the acetylcholinesterase (AChE; EC 3.1.1.7) activity of intact human erythrocyte membranes and the acetylcholine receptor (AChR) activity of frog sartorius muscle could be specifically and irreversibly inactivated by photolysis in the presence of either of two aryl azides, 4-azido,2-nitrobenzyltrimethylammonium (HK-83) or 4-azido,2-nitrobenzyltriethylammonium (HK-68) (Fig.…”
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