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Academic Press, New York, 1970. 28 GENE11AL METHODOLOGY ~] are found to yield, not the simple alkylated enzymes expected, but hemiketals in which the ketone has undergone further addition of the side chain of Ser-221: His-64 Hz + Ser-221 I OH C:Oi It >-- ~ I - I 2 /_O H The covalent bond resulting from alkylation presumably imposes a geometry appropriate for the addition observed, resulting in a complex somewhat resembling tetrahedral intermediates in acylation and deacylation of the enzyme. The actual sequences of events in inhibition is ambiguous, since the halogen atom might tend to promote prior addition of serine at the carbonyl group of the ketone.
28 This could be explained if the enzyme reacted covalently with the inhibitor to yield a 2-deoxygalactosyl-enzyme derivative, which is hydrolyzed slowly with recovery of activity. W. B. Rowe, R. A. Ronzio, and _4. Meister, Biochemistry 8, 2674 (1969). 2eD. Cassio, F. LeMoine, J. P. Waller, E. Sandrin, and R. A. Boissonas, Biochemistry 6, 827 (1967). ~'Y. C. Lee, Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 35, 161 (1969). ~D. F. Wentworth and R. Wolfenden, Biochemistry 13, 4715 (1975).  TRANSITION S T A T E ANALOGS 27 Inhibition: hi E(H) + h-1 k2 ~ H + E(H) I-~O Normal reaction: E(H) R + - OH H~O m OH H OH Consistent with this hypothesis, rates of onset and rel'ease from inhibition were retarded in D20, but to quite different extents, K~ itself showing a pronounced solvent isotope effect.
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Affinity labeling by Nathan P. Kaplan, Nathan P. Colowick, William B. Jakoby, Meir Wilchek