Contains four xanthine oxidase models: MM2Substrate_irreversible (Model #0320), MM2substrate_product_inhibited (Model #0321), Vfnet_MM2substrate_reversible (Model #0322), FullXO (Model #0323)
The four models contained here describe in increasing detail the reactions facilitated by Xanthine Oxidase. The fourth model, FullXO (model #323) is the only thermodynamically correct one. All four models give similar estimates of fluxes but only the FullXO model accounts for binding of substrate to exzyme (The enzyme concnetration is an additional item of data and constrains the solutions).
The four models are:
- MM2Substrate_irrevers: Single enzyme irreversible Michaelis-Menten Eqs for Hx->Xa->Ua Progress curves for xanthine oxidase reactions to oxidize hypoxanthine, Hx,to xanthine, Xa, to uric acid, Ua
- MM2Substrate_product_Inhibited: Single enzyme irreversible Michaelis-Menten Eqs for Hx->Xa->Ua: Progress curves for xanthine oxidase reactions to oxidize hypoxanthine, Hx, to xanthine, Xa, to uric acid, Ua, and invokes inhibition by second product.(Data and equations from Escribano 1988).
- Vfnet_MM2substrate_reversible: Single enzyme reversible Michaelis-Menten Eqs for Hx->Xa->Ua, that is, two reactions on one enzyme. Data are progress curves for xanthine oxidase reactions to oxidize hypoxanthine, Hx, to xanthine, Xa, to uric acid, Ua, without inhibition by product.(Data from Escribano 1988).
- FullXO: Four sequential, first-order enzymatic reactions S <--> P with substrates binding to enzymes, and reversible product formation. Reactions facilitated by a single enzyme, Xanthine Oxidase.
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Bassingthwaighte James B., Chinn Tamara Meiko, Re-examining Michaelis-Menten enzyme kinetics for xanthine oxidase, Adv Physiol Educ 37: 37-48, 2013 Escribano, J., Garcia-Canovas, F., and Garcia-Carmona,F. A kinetic study of hypoxanthine oxidation by milk xanthine oxidase. Biochem. J. 254: 829-833. (1988). Michaelis L and Menten ML. Die Kinetik der Invertinwirkung. Biochem Z 49: 333-369, 1913.
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