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By E. E. Snell, P. M. Fasella, A. Braunstein

Chemical and organic facets of Pyridoxal Catalysis comprises the court cases of the symposium of the overseas Union of Biochemistry, held in Rome in October 1962. The lawsuits hide the lectures, discussions, and medical papers at the many facets of pyridoxal biochemistry.
The publication provides quite a lot of issues of pyridoxal biochemistry, beginning with a short evaluate of the background of the chemistry of nutrition B6 and pyridoxal-containing platforms, and their value within the realizing of the catalytic results of pyridoxal. Structural positive aspects of glutamic aspartic transaminase; reviews on leucine decarboxylase; cleavage of cystamine via diamineoxidase; and enzymatic steps within the degradation of nutrition B6 through micro organism also are mentioned. the ultimate bankruptcy supplies a short survey of the advancements within the research of catalytic capabilities and organic function of PLP enzymes.
Biochemists, biologists, chemists, enzymologists, pharmacologists, and physicians will locate this publication important.

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Assignment of the absorption bands of pyridoxal Schiff bases found at 330 m/* to the dipolar species similar to XII10 seem inconsistent with the results described in this paper. Other possible species that would have absorption bands in this region are unreacted pyridoxal8 and the dipolar hemiacetal of the Schiff base8 (similar to XIII). On the other hand, the occurrence of significant amounts of the neutral non-polar form analogous to X would appear to be unlikely. The results of this investigation suggest that appreciable quantities of the keto-enamine structure (see XI) are present in solutions containing pyridoxal Schiff bases.

Am. Chem. Soc. 81, 5863 (1959). 5. F. J. ANDERSON and A. E. MARTELL; To be published. 6. D . HEINERT and A. E. MARTELL; / . Am. Chem. Soc. 84, 3257 (1962). 7. D . HEINERT and A. E. MARTELL; / . Am. Chem. Soc. In press. 8. D . E. METZLER; / . Am. Chem. Soc. 79, 485 (1957). 9. Y. MATSUO; / . Am. Chem. Soc. 79, 2016 (1957). 10. H. N. CHRISTENSEN; / . Am. Chem. Soc. 80, 99 (1958). DISCUSSION D R . F. H. WESTHEIMER: Would you care to elaborate on your statement that a proton causes a greater electronic displacement than a metal ion does?

8 are presented plots of the observed first-order rate constants for the approach to equilibrium in phase 1 at several pH's vs. the product of the concentrations of free imidazole (IM) and the conjugate acid of imidazole (ΙΜΗΘ). The points represent experimental values and the lines are theoretical having been calculated from Eq. (20) : Km(IM)(IMHS) = obs K } Km + (IM)(IMH®) In Table 5 are recorded the values of Vm and Km so determined for each pH. 47 TRANSAMINATION OF PYRIDOXAL Also recorded in Table 5 are the equilibrium concentrations of S" at t^ for phase 1.

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