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    標題: The Mechanism of Starch Phosphorylase Inhibited by β-Amylase Not in Favor of End-Product Inhibition
    終產物抑制理論無法詮釋β-澱粉水解酶抑制澱粉磷解酶的反應
    作者: Shih-Ying Chen
    貢獻者: 保健營養系
    關鍵字: Starch phosphorylase
    β-Amylase
    end-products inhibition
    maltose
    β-limit-dextrin
    澱粉磷解酶
    β-澱粉水解酶
    終產物抑制
    麥芽糖
    β-極限糊精
    日期: 2000
    上傳時間: 2010-03-22 11:23:16 (UTC+8)
    摘要: The proteinaceous inhibitor of starch phosphorylase (SP) isolated from the root of sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas [L.] Lam.) had been identified as a β-amylase (BA).For clarifying ambiguities about the physiological roles played by SP and BA, it seems essential to elucidate the molecular mechanism of SP inhibited by BA. One of the possible molecular mechanisms is an end-products inhibition producted by BA. Therefore,the purpose of this study was to demonstrate the inhibitory possibitory of end-products produced by BA in the mechanism of SP inhibited by BA used by enzyme kinetics methods. The results indicated that SP had separate binding sites for the two substrates, starch and glucose-1-phosphate(G1-P), and the inhibition of SP by maltose resembling BA was competitive against starch. Therefore, the binding site of either BA or maltose to SP is different from that of G1-P. Although the inhibitory pattern of maltose was similar to BA, it could not inhibit SP unless the theoretical maximum concentration of maltose was attained by β- amylolysis in a 1% soluble starch. Moreover, the binding site of β-limit-dextrin, another end product of BA catalyzation, to SP was different from that of starch and its inhibitory pattern did not match with that of BA. To sum up, neither maltose nor β-limit-dextrin was the major cause forinhibition of SP by BA.
    關聯: 嘉南學報 26 :p.122-129
    Appears in Collections:[嘉南學報] 26 期 (2000)
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