Highly sensitive peptide‐4‐methylcoumaryl‐7‐amide substrates for blood‐clotting proteases and trypsin

Shun-Ichiro Kawabata, Takako MIURA, Takashi MORITA, Hisao KATO, Kazuo FUJIKAWA, Sadaaki IWANAGA, Katsumi TAKADA, Terutoshi KIMURA, Shumpei SAKAKIBARA

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Seventy‐four peptide amides of 7‐amino‐4‐methylcoumarine (Mec) of the type Boc‐Xaa‐Yaa‐Arg‐NH‐Mec were newly synthesized and tested to find specific substrates for blood‐clotting proteases and trypsin. The Xaa and Yaa residues of these substrates have been replaced by 12 and 15 different amino acids, respectively. Among these peptides, the followings were found to be most sensitive substrates for individual enzymes: Boc‐Asp(OBzl)‐Pro‐Arg‐NH‐Mec (kcat= 160 s−1, Km= 11 μM, kcat/Km=15000000 M−1 s−1) for human α‐thrombin, Z‐< Glu‐Gly‐Arg‐NH‐Mec(kcat= 19 s−1, Km= 59 μM, kcat/Km= 320000 M−1 s−1) for bovine factor Xa, Boc‐Gln‐Gly‐Arg‐NH‐Mec (kcat= 5.8 s−1, Km= 140 μM, kcat/Km= 42000) for bovine factor XIIa, Boc‐Asp(OBzl)‐Ala‐Arg‐NH‐Mec (kcat= 9.2 s−1, Km= 120 μM, kcat/Km= 77000 M−1 s−1) for bovine activated protein C, and Boc‐Gly‐Phe‐Arg‐NH‐Mec (kcat= 29 s−1, Km= 230 μM, kcat/Km= 130000 M−1 s−1) for bovine plasma kallikrein. Moreover, Boc‐Glu(OBzl)‐Ala‐Arg‐NH‐Mec (kcat= 46 s−1, Km= 370 μM, kcat/Km= 120000 M−1 s−1) was newly found as a good substrate for human factor XIa. Bovine trypsin effectively hydrolyzed peptide‐NH‐Mec substrates containing Ala and Pro at the P2 site. The most reactive substrate was Boc‐Gln‐Ala‐Arg‐NH‐Mec (kcat= 120 s−1, Km= 6.0 μM, kcat/Km= 20000000 M−1 s−1).

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)17-25
Number of pages9
JournalEuropean Journal of Biochemistry
Volume172
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jan 1 1988

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Trypsin
Peptide Hydrolases
Substrates
Factor XIa
Factor XIIa
Plasma Kallikrein
Peptides
Factor Xa
Protein C
Amides
Thrombin
Human engineering
Amino Acids
Enzymes

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Highly sensitive peptide‐4‐methylcoumaryl‐7‐amide substrates for blood‐clotting proteases and trypsin. / Kawabata, Shun-Ichiro; MIURA, Takako; MORITA, Takashi; KATO, Hisao; FUJIKAWA, Kazuo; IWANAGA, Sadaaki; TAKADA, Katsumi; KIMURA, Terutoshi; SAKAKIBARA, Shumpei.

In: European Journal of Biochemistry, Vol. 172, No. 1, 01.01.1988, p. 17-25.

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Kawabata, Shun-Ichiro ; MIURA, Takako ; MORITA, Takashi ; KATO, Hisao ; FUJIKAWA, Kazuo ; IWANAGA, Sadaaki ; TAKADA, Katsumi ; KIMURA, Terutoshi ; SAKAKIBARA, Shumpei. / Highly sensitive peptide‐4‐methylcoumaryl‐7‐amide substrates for blood‐clotting proteases and trypsin. In: European Journal of Biochemistry. 1988 ; Vol. 172, No. 1. pp. 17-25.
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