Transient binding events are a challenging issue in enzymology. Here we demostrate a time-based ITC approach to human flavincontaining monooxygenase 3, an important drug metabolising enzyme. We measure kinetic constants and we demonstrate how this approach can be exploited for measuring the inhibiton of the conversion of the key substrate trimethylamine into trimethylamine N-oxide.

A direct time-based ITC approach for substrate turnover measurements demonstrated on human FMO3

Catucci, Gianluca
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Sadeghi, Sheila J.;Gilardi, Gianfranco
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2019

Abstract

Transient binding events are a challenging issue in enzymology. Here we demostrate a time-based ITC approach to human flavincontaining monooxygenase 3, an important drug metabolising enzyme. We measure kinetic constants and we demonstrate how this approach can be exploited for measuring the inhibiton of the conversion of the key substrate trimethylamine into trimethylamine N-oxide.
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Flavin-containing monooxygenase; ITC; Trimethylamine; enzyme kinetics
Catucci, Gianluca; Sadeghi, Sheila J.; Gilardi, Gianfranco
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