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Se-Aryl selenenylthiosulphates and S-aryl sulphenylthiosulphates as thiol-blocking reagents.

By N Patarasakulchai and P T Southwell-Keely

Abstract

Se-Aryl selenenylthiosulphates and S-aryl sulphenylthiosulphates inhibit papain at pH 5.8 much more rapidly than do the corresponding Se-aryl selenosulphates and S-aryl thiosulphates, and also more rapidly than do Se-alkyl selenosulphates. Se-p-Nitrophenyl selenenylthiosulphate and S-p-nitrophenyl sulphenylthiosulphate inactivate papain most rapidly, but the inactivation is slowly and spontaneously reversible. Inactivation by Se-o-nitrophenyl selenenylthiosulphate and S-o-nitrophenyl sulphenylthiosulphate, although less rapid than that by the para isomers, is essentially irreversible

Topics: Research Article
Year: 1984
DOI identifier: 10.1042/bj2210797
OAI identifier: oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:1144109
Provided by: PubMed Central
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