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Enolase

Official Full Name
Enolase
Background
Enolase is a metalloenzyme that catalyzes the interconversion of 2-phosphoglycerate to phosphoenolpyruvate. Enolase is essential for both glycolysis and gluconeogenesis. Enolase from baker’s yeast is a homodimer containing two bound Mg2+ ions. The molecular weight is 93.069 kDa.The peptide consists of 436 amino acids and contains a single cysteine residue. Two of the active site components include His191 and Arg414. The phosphorylated tyrosine residue present in yeast enolase forms a substrate for phosphorylation by tyrosine protein kinase. Apart from Mg2+, the enzyme can be activated by Zn2+, Mn2+, and Cd2+.
Synonyms
EC 4.2.1.11; enolase; 2-phosphoglyceRate dehydRatase; 14-3-2-protein; nervous-system specific enolase; phosphoenolpyruvate hydRatase; 2-phosphoglyceRate dehydRatase; 2-phosphoglyceric dehydRatase; 2-phosphoglyceRate enolase; γ-enolase; 2-phospho-D-glyceRate hydro-lyase; 9014-08-8

Catalog
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CAS No.
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CatalogNATE-0223
EC No.EC 4.2.1.11
CAS No.9014-08-8
SourceBaker's yeast (...
Related Protocols
enolase -Enzymatic Assay Protocol

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