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Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Vitamin B6 and PQQ-dependent Proteins

  • Ana Iriarte
  • Marino Martinez-Carrion
  • Herbert M. Kagan

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XV
  2. Molecular Regulation of Enzymes Controlling Levels of Vitamin B6

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. M. Ehrenshaft, M. E. Daub, P. Bilski, M. Y. Li, C. F. Chignell, A. E. Jenns et al.
      Pages 17-22
    3. H. S. Lee, B. J. Moon, S. Y. Choi, O. S. Kwon
      Pages 23-26
  3. Regulation of Gene Expression of PLP-dependent Proteins

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 27-27
    2. Martine Aggerbeck, Fadéla Beurton, Céline Tomkiewicz, Michéle Garlatti, FranÇoise Muzeau, Robert Barouki et al.
      Pages 29-34
    3. Emia Oppenheim, Patrick J. Stover
      Pages 35-40
  4. PQQ and Quinoproteins: Biology and Regulation

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 47-47
    2. C. Anthony, R. A. Salleh, P. L. James, G. E. Cozier
      Pages 49-54
    3. H. Görisch, T. Keitel, A. Diehl, T. Knaute, Z. Dauter, W. Höhne
      Pages 55-60
    4. Robert Rucker, Tracy Stites, Francene Steinberg, Alyson Mitchell
      Pages 61-66
    5. Mehmet Ilhan Uzel, Hsiang Hsi-Hong, Michael C. Sheff, Philip C. Trackman
      Pages 77-82
  5. Lysyl Oxidase

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 89-89
    2. K. Csiszar, C. Jourdan-Le Saux, S. F. T. Fong, K. S. K. Fong, C. D. Boyd
      Pages 91-96
    3. Frederick T. Greenaway, Chunyan Qiu, Faina Ryvkin
      Pages 97-100
    4. Li Wande, Herbert M. Kagan
      Pages 101-107
  6. Evolution and Biological Implications

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 109-109
    2. A. Artigues, M. T. Bengoechea-Alonso, D. L. Crawford, A. Iriarte, M. Martinez-Carrion
      Pages 111-116
    3. Joanna D. Holbrook, Christopher J. Danpure
      Pages 117-122
    4. Y. Nakai, H. Kagamiyama, H. Hayashi, Y. Yoshihara, M. Nakai
      Pages 129-133
    5. Scott P. Webster, Dmitriy Alexeev, Dominic J. Campopiano, Lisa J. Mullan, Lindsay Sawyer, Robert L. Baxter
      Pages 135-142
  7. Tryptophan Synthase, Tryptophanase and Serine Transhydroxymethylase

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 143-143
    2. Edith Wilson Miles, Ying-Xin Fan, Kwang-Hwan Jhee, Hyeon-Su Ro, Peter McPhie, Sangkee Rhee et al.
      Pages 145-150
    3. M. F. Dunn, E. U. Woehl, D. Ferrari, O. Hur, U. Banik, L. -H. Yang et al.
      Pages 151-156
    4. Dimitri Niks, Thomas Hellman Morton, Michael F. Dunn
      Pages 157-160
    5. Verne Schirch, Neel Scarsdale, Martino di Salvo, Sonia Delle Fratte, H. Tonie Wright
      Pages 161-166
    6. S. Angelaccio, R. Contestabile, P. Di Giovine, F. Bossa, V. Schirch
      Pages 167-170
    7. M. Honma, T. Murakami, T. Ose, H. Matsui, I. Tanaka
      Pages 171-174
  8. Transaminases

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 175-175
    2. H. Hayashi, H. Mizuguchi, Y. Nakajima, I. Miyahara, K. Hirotsu, H. Kagamiyama
      Pages 177-182
    3. David E. Metzler, Carol M. Metzler, Emilia T. Mollova, Tsuyoshi Higaki
      Pages 183-188
    4. K. Hirotsu, M. Goto, I. Miyahara, H. Hayashi, H. Kagamiyama, K. Okada
      Pages 189-194
  9. Structure and Mechanisms of Quinoenzymes

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 195-195
    2. F. Scott Mathews, Zhi-wei Chen, Hirohide Toyama, Osao Adachi, Henry D. Bellamy
      Pages 213-218
    3. Kazunobu Matsushita, Tetsuo Yamashita, Nahoko Aoki, Hirohide Toyama, Osao Adachi
      Pages 219-224
  10. Cellular and Molecular Biology: Models with PLP-Dependent Proteins

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 225-225
    2. Marja Heiskala, Jian Zhang, Shin-ichi Hayashi, Erkki Hölttä, Leif C. Andersson
      Pages 227-232
    3. E. Sandmeier, B. Mouratou, P. Kasper, R. Graber, D. de Vries, P. Mehta et al.
      Pages 239-244
    4. B. Lain, C. A. Tanase, A. Iriarte, A. E. Johnson, M. Martinez-Carrion
      Pages 245-249

About these proceedings

Introduction

Since the first international meeting on Vitamin B6 involvement in catalysis took place in 1962, there have been periodic meetings every three or four years. In 1990, scientists studying another cofactor, PQQ, which had already attracted the scientific community's interest for its possible involvement in amino acid decarboxylation and reactions involving amino groups, joined forces with those investigating pyridoxal phosphate-dependent enzymes. Since then, the international PQQ/quinoproteins meetings have been held jointly. In the years following the original meeting 37 years ago in Rome, Italy, the scientific gatherings have taken place in Moscow, Russia (1966); Nagoya, Japan (1967); Leningrad (St. Petersburg), Russia (1974); Toronto, Canada (1979); Athens, Greece (1983); Turku, Finland (1987); Osaka, Japan (1990); and Capri, Italy (1996). For the first time in the history of these symposia, the international meeting was held in the United States, from October 31 through November 5, 1999, in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The scientific program focus shifted significantly beyond the original emphasis on catalysis to aspects such as cellular and genetic regulation of events involving proteins that require pyridoxal phosphate or quinoproteins. The growing awareness of the involvement of these proteins in biotechnology processes and fundamental physiological events, as well as their implication in diseases, was also represented, with emphasis on the molecular basis of these events. The meeting was symposium S278, sponsored by the International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (IUBMB).

Keywords

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Editors and affiliations

  • Ana Iriarte
    • 1
  • Marino Martinez-Carrion
    • 1
  • Herbert M. Kagan
    • 2
  1. 1.Division of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry School of Biological SciencesUniversity of MissouriKansas CityUSA
  2. 2.Department of BiochemistryBoston University School of MedicineBostonUSA

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