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Investigation of antibody disulfide reduction and re

 · Disulfide bonds have been reported to play a significant role in the structure and function of proteins. Protein stability may decrease when a disulfide bond is removed and addition of a disulfide bond through protein engineering can increase the protein s thermal stability . For this reason due caution has been applied to antibody disulfide reduction that occurs as a results of cell breakage during

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Oxidation of Disulfides to Thiolsulfinates with Hydrogen

 · oxidation of disulfide-containing spectator peptides and proteins . A variety of aryl and alkyl disulfides underwent facile oxidation with hydrogen peroxide in the presence of catalytic benzo-1 2-oxaselenolane Se-oxide affording the corresponding thiolsulfinates as the principal products.

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The Role of Redox Chemistry of Disulfide Bonds in

 · death suggests the oxidation of the disulfide bonds of thiol groups of membrane proteins both the role of cysteine residues in proteins known in . E. coli. will also be discussed. In addition previous studies which focus on the effect of copper on disulfide bonds will be reviewed and discussed. Lastly previous studies of copper ion

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Dissolution mechanism of the oxidation process of

 · Fig. 3 shows that the copper extraction increases rapidly with iron ion addition in the initial abiotic leaching period. The Cu extraction in 303 K-Non and 318 K-Non was mainly due to the O 2 oxidation effect at an initial pH value of 1.7. The copper extraction in systems set at 318 K is higher than that at 303 K during the initial 18 days.

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11.7 Redox Reactions of Thiols and DisulfidesChemistry

 · Disulfide bonds and free thiol groups in both proteins and smaller organic molecules like glutathione can trade places through a disulfide exchange reaction. This process is essentially a combination of two direct displacement ((S_N2)-like) events with sulfur atoms acting as nucleophile electrophile and leaving group.

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CHAPTER 1.4 Analysis of Disulfide Bond Formation in

1.4.2.4 Trisulfide Bond Formation . Trisulfide bonds are generated by the addition of a sulfur atom to an already persistent disulfide bond by the following reaction Cys–S–S–Cys H 2 S O → Cys–S–S–S–Cys H 2 O (1.4.1) Such a phenomenon was shown to exist in all subclasses of IgG. 41 Trisulfide bond formation was found to occur in inter- but not in intrachain disulfide

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CHAPTER 7 Formation of Disulfide Bonds in Synthetic

 · intrumolecuhr disulfide formation in synthetic peptides can be envis- aged (Scheme 1). In approach A both of the cysteine residues to be paired have the same protecting group which is removed to give the dithiol form of the peptide. Oxidation by molecular oxygen or other appropriate reagents provides the intramolecular disulfide.

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Oxidation of Human Copper Chaperone Atox1 and

Cancer cells cope with high oxidative stress levels characterized by a shift toward the oxidized form (GSSG) of glutathione (GSH) in the redox couple GSSG/2GSH. Under these conditions the cytosolic copper chaperone Atox1 which delivers Cu(I) to the secretory pathway gets oxidized i.e. a disulfide bond is formed between the cysteine residues of the Cu(I)-binding CxxC motif.

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Oxidation of Human Copper Chaperone Atox1 and Disulfide

 · Instead a slow cleavage of the disulfide bond occurs when both GSH and cisplatin are present in the solution with Pt(II) stabilizing the reduced form by forming the bidentate species Atox1-Pt(NH 3) 2 34 35 . It is known that intra- and intermolecular disulfide bonds can be broken in the presence of platinum complexes 38 39 40 41 42

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Dissolution mechanism of the oxidation process of

 · Fig. 3 shows that the copper extraction increases rapidly with iron ion addition in the initial abiotic leaching period. The Cu extraction in 303 K-Non and 318 K-Non was mainly due to the O 2 oxidation effect at an initial pH value of 1.7. The copper extraction in systems set at 318 K is higher than that at 303 K during the initial 18 days.

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Disulfide cross-linked protein represents a significant

with a copper and zinc ion in each subunit functions as an Disulfide Bonds. Disulfide cross-linked SOD1 is not apparent in ventitious air oxidation or disulfide scrambling. To prevent such changes in the disulfide status of SOD1 during tissue grinding cell lysis and electrophoresis 100 mM iodoacetamide (IA) was added

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Copper-induced hydrolysis of the disulfide bond

ARCHIVES OF BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOPHYSICS 96 92-99 (1962) Copper-Induced Hydrolysis of the Disulfîde Bond1 IRVING M. KLOTZ AND BENEDICT J. CAMPBELL2 From The Department of Chemistry Northwestern University Evanslon Illinois Received July 19 1961 Hydrolysis of the disulfide bond of a model compound the disodium salt of 2 2 -(2- hydroxy-6-sulfonaphthyl-l-azo)diphenyl disulfide

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Oxidation of Human Copper Chaperone Atox1 and

 · Instead a slow cleavage of the disulfide bond occurs when both GSH and cisplatin are present in the solution with Pt(II) stabilizing the reduced form by forming the bidentate species Atox1-Pt(NH 3) 2 34 35 . It is known that intra- and intermolecular disulfide bonds can be broken in the presence of platinum complexes 38 39 40 41 42

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Inactivation of human fibroblast growth factor-1 (FGF-1

 · formation of intermolecular disulfide bonds by copper- induced oxidation of sulfhydryl residues. FGF-1 hom- odimers bound with similar apparent affinity as FGF- 1 monomers to immobilized copper ions both eluting at 60 mM imidazole. Both human FGF-1 monomer and dimer forms had a 6-fold higher apparent affinity for

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11.7 Redox Reactions of Thiols and DisulfidesChemistry

 · Disulfide bonds and free thiol groups in both proteins and smaller organic molecules like glutathione can trade places through a disulfide exchange reaction. This process is essentially a combination of two direct displacement ((S_N2)-like) events with sulfur atoms acting as nucleophile electrophile and leaving group.

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The role of copper in cysteine oxidation study of intra

Oxidation of cysteine-containing peptides to different oxidation states of the sulfur atoms to form disulfide bridges sulfenic sulfinic and sulfonic acid or the oxidation of the sulfur atoms of cystine to sulfoxide and/or sulfone were studied by MS in presence of copper ions. These reactions were achieved both chemically (by oxygen or

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Engineered Pathways for Correct Disulfide Bond Oxidation

 · Copper a redox active metal is thought to randomly oxidize unpaired cysteines very rapidly so that in the presence of copper it is important to have effective thiol/disulfide isomerases . Because DsbC corrects the misoxidized disulfides it confers copper resistance to bacteria ( Fig. 6D ).

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Copper Stress Causes an in Vivo Requirement for the

 · If copper forms incorrect disulfide bonds between any free thiol groups this strain might be especially sensitive to the effects of copper in the absence of a disulfide isomerase such as DsbC. A dsbA strain exactly fits these criteria because it lacks DsbA and therefore acquires disulfides more slowly than a wild-type strain ( 2 ).

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Oxidation of Human Copper Chaperone Atox1 and

 · Oxidation of Human Copper Chaperone Atox1 and Disulfide Bond Cleavage by Cisplatin and Glutathione Maria I. Nardella 1 Antonio Rosato 1 Benny D. Belviso 2 Rocco Caliandro 2 Giovanni Natile 1 and Fabio Arnesano 1 1 Department of Chemistry University of

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Copper-catalyzed formation of disulfide-linked dimer of

 · Copper-catalyzed formation of disulfide-linked dimer of bovine covalent dimerization through oxidation of SH groups was observed. The rate of dimer formation increased with increased concentration of both copper and denaturant. The copper-dependent conversion rate of native protein into the cova- stabilized by two disulfide bonds (Cys66

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Oxidation of Human Copper Chaperone Atox1 and

 · Under these conditions the cytosolic copper chaperone Atox1 which delivers Cu(I) to the secretory pathway gets oxidized i.e. a disulfide bond is formed between the cysteine residues of the Cu(I)-binding CxxC motif.

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Synthesis of Disulfides by Copper-Catalyzed

 · Copper Acetate–DMSO Promoted Methylthiolation of Arenes and Heteroarenes. Oxidative transformation of thiol groups to disulfide bonds in mesoporous silicas a diagnostic reaction for probing distribution of organic functional groups. Oxidation of Thiols to Disulfides with Molecular Oxygen in Subcritical Water.

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Oxidation of Human Copper Chaperone Atox1 and Disulfide

 · Oxidation of Human Copper Chaperone Atox1 and Disulfide Bond Cleavage by Cisplatin and Glutathione. Nardella MI(1) Rosato A(1) Belviso BD(2) Caliandro R(2) Natile G(1) Arnesano F(3). Author information (1)Department of Chemistry University of Bari via Orabona 4 70125 Bari Italy.

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role of copper in cysteine oxidation study of intra- and

 · The oxidation of the thiol (RS −II H) residues of the cysteines is particularly sensitive and forms reversible covalent bonds which are major mechanisms that control the function of proteins. 1 These oxidations lead to the formation of intra-molecular and inter-molecular disulfide bridges (RS −I S −I R cystine) or sulfenic sulfinic and

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Oxidation of Human Copper Chaperone Atox1 and Disulfide

Cancer cells cope with high oxidative stress levels characterized by a shift toward the oxidized form (GSSG) of glutathione (GSH) in the redox couple GSSG/2GSH. Under these conditions the cytosolic copper chaperone Atox1 which delivers Cu(I) to the secretory pathway gets oxidized i.e. a disulfide bond is formed between the cysteine residues of the Cu(I)-binding CxxC motif.

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Disulfide synthesis by S-S couplingOrganic Chemistry

A mild and efficient oxidation of various thiols affords the corresponding disulfides using 1 3-dibromo-5 5-dimethylhydantoin (DBDMH) as oxidant under both solution and solvent-free conditions. A. Khazaei M. A. Zolfigol A. Rostami Synthesis 2004 .

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Novel findings on the copper catalysed oxidation of

The oxidation of cysteine (RSH) has been studied by using O2 ferricytochrome c (Cyt c) and nitro blue tetrazolium (NBT) as electron acceptors. The addition of 200μM CuII to a solution of 2mM cysteine pH 7.4 produces an absorbance with a peak at 260 nm and a shoulder at 300 nm. Generation of a cuprous bis-cysteine complex (RS-CuI-SR) is responsible for this absorbance.

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Disulfide Bond-Driven Oxidation- and Reduction

Disulfide bonds have been widely used to develop reduction-responsive drug-delivery systems (DDS) for cancer therapy. We propose that disulfide bonds might be also used as an oxidation-responsive linkage just like thioether bonds which can be oxidized to hydrophilic sulfoxide or sulphone in the presence of oxidation stimuli.

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Copper-catalyzed formation of disulfide-linked dimer of

 · disulfide bond exchange reaction where Cys106 was exchanged by Cys121 and formed a stable heat-induced intermediate 7 having typical features of molten globule state 8 . As part of this study on the char-acterization of β-Lg unfolded intermedi-ates we report here the characterization of copper-dependent formation of the disulfide-

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Fine Tuning of the Interaction between the Copper(I) and

 · Thiol-copper(I) and disulfide–dicopper(I) complex O2-reactivity leading to sulfonate–copper(II) complex or the formation of a cross-linked thioether–phenol product with phenol addition. Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry 2007 101 (11-12) .

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Kinetics and mechanism of oxidation of copper(I) ions with

The kinetics of the oxidation of copper(I) perchlorate with thiuram disulfide (tds) in acetonitrile and its mixtures with benzene or ethyl bromide have been investigated. It has been shown that the rate of the reaction is limited by the inner-sphere transfer of an electron from the copper(I) ion to tds in a complex of the type CuI(tds) . The subsequent dissociation of the anionradical tds

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Photochemical metal-free aerobic oxidation of thiols to

Thiol oxidation to disulfides is an area of great importance in organic synthesis both for synthetic and dues that form pairs with disulfide bonds.5 In fact some of copper nanoparticles bromine N-bromo-derivatives nitrogen-containing oxidants diethyl azodicarboxylate sul-

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Oxidation of Human Copper Chaperone Atox1 and

 · Oxidation of Human Copper Chaperone Atox1 and Disulfide Bond Cleavage by Cisplatin and Glutathione. Nardella MI(1) Rosato A(1) Belviso BD(2) Caliandro R(2) Natile G(1) Arnesano F(3). Author information (1)Department of Chemistry University of Bari via Orabona 4 70125 Bari Italy.

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Oxidation of Human Copper Chaperone Atox1 and

 · Under these conditions the cytosolic copper chaperone Atox1 which delivers Cu(I) to the secretory pathway gets oxidized i.e. a disulfide bond is formed between the cysteine residues of the Cu(I)-binding CxxC motif. Switching to the covalently-linked form sulfur atoms are not able to bind the Cu(I) ion and Atox1 cannot play an antioxidant role.

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The role of copper in cysteine oxidation study of intra

Introduction

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Copper(II)-Catalyzed Disulfide Scission—Stepwise Aerobic

 · Cu(II)-catalyzed oxidative and reductive cleavage of a disulfide bond in a disulfidedipicolinamide L is reported for the first time. Cu(II) gives a complete oxidation up to sulfonates forming a thermally stable 2D complex while Ag(I) oxidizes it up to sulfinate only.

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