By Alton Meister
Evolution of Glutathione Metabolism (R. Fahey & A. Sundquist).
Covalent Inhibitors of the Gelation of Sickle phone Hemoglobin and Their results on functionality (J. Manning).
Structural foundation for Catalysis by means of Tryptophan Synthase (E. Miles).
constitution and Mechanism of F0F1-Type ATP Synthases and ATPases (H. Penefsky & R. Cross).
Novel facets of the Biochemistry of the Molybdenum Cofactor (K. Rajagopalan).
Ovothiols: organic and Chemical views (B. Shapiro & P. Hopkins).
N?5-(1-Carboxyethyl)Ornithine and similar [N-Carboxyalkyl]-Amino Acids: constitution, Biosynthesis, and serve as (J. Thompson & S. Miller).
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Indeed, the available data on the distribution in prokaryotes indicate that y-glutamyltranspeptidase (278-281) and didpetidases with appropriate activity profiles to degrade Cys-Gly (282, 283) occur in gram-positive as well as purple bacteria. It thus seems likely that the ability to degrade glutathione was already present when the capacity to synthesize it first appeared. This is, in fact, a requirement if GSH is to function as a safe and stable storage form of cysteine, since the storage function is only useful if the cysteine can be regenerated when needed.
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Advances in Enzymology and Related Areas of Molecular Biology, Volume 64 by Alton Meister