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Characterization of a Novel ADPase in Bothrops jararaca Snake Venom Involved in Nucleotide Hydrolysis

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Snake venoms hydrolyze several phosphorylated substrates. However, not is clearly understood which enzyme( s) is (are) involved in these process. Here, we propose the existence of an independent ADPase activity. In addition, we studied the reactions mechanism of nucleotide hydrolysis. This system resembles membrane ecto-nucleotidases and acts with a multi enzymatic complex transforming ATP in adenosine without the accumulation of intermediates.

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Keywords: 5'-nucleotidase; ADPase; ATP-pyrophosphatase; ATPase; Bothrops jararaca; Phosphodiesterase

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Laboratorio de Quimica e Funcao de Proteinas e Peptideos, Universidade Estadual do Norte Fluminense,Avenida Alberto Lamego 2000, 28013-300 Campos dos Goytacazes,RJ, Brasil.

Publication date: 2007-04-01

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