By Victor Ginsburg (Eds.)

ISBN-10: 0121818918

ISBN-13: 9780121818913

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Biol. Chem. 239, 3233 (1964). G. A. Jamieson, M. Jett, and S. L. DeBernardo, J. Biol. Chem. 246, 3686 (1971). v R. C. Hughes and R. W. Jeanloz, Biochemistry 3, 1543 (1964). -T. Li, J. Biol. Chem. 241, 1010 (1966). ~ A. Tarentino, T. H. , and F. Maley, J. Biol. Chem. 245, 4150 (1970). J. Scocca and Y. C. Lee, J. Biol. Chem. 244, 4852 (1969). c~T. Muramatsu and F. Egami, J. Biochem. 62, 700 (1967). ~d y . Yasuda, N. Takahashi, and T. Murachi, Biochemistry 9, 25 (1970). •" T. Sukeno, A. L. Tarentino, T.

2 While the activity of glycosidases is often determined with the use of synthetic substrates, such as p-nitrophenyl compounds, these assays may bear little quantitative relevance to the action of the enzymes on glycopeptides. For maximal release, glycopeptides should be incubated at high concentrations (10-20 mg/ml), in the presence of a large amount of enzyme for extended periods of time (up to 7 days), at the pH optimum of the enzyme and at 37 ° in the presence of toluene. Under these conditions, other glycosidase activities which show up only as trace amounts by the brief p-nitrophenol assay, may express themselves with the release of substantial amounts of sugars other than anticipated.

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