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6. wissenschaftliche Konferenz der Gesellschaft Deutscher Naturforscher und Arzte Rottach-Egern 1971 in Conjunction with the Second International Symposium on Metabolic Interconversion of Enzymes Edited by 0. Wieland E. Helmreich H. Holzer With 227 Figures Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg GmbH 1972 ISBN ISBN (ebook) DOI / This work is subject to copyright. Ali rights are reserved, whether the whole or part of the material is concerned, specifically those of translation, reprinting, re-use of illustrations, broadcasting, reproduction by photocopying machine or similar means, and storage in data banks. Under 54 of the German Copyright Law, where copies are made for other than private use, a fee is payable to the publisher, the amount of the fee to be determined by agreement with the publisher. The use of general descriptive names, trade names, trade marks etc. in this publication, even if the former are not especially identified, is not to be taken as a sign that such names, as understood by the Trade Marks and Merchandise Marks Act, may accordingly be used freely by anyone. Library of Congress Catalog Card Number Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1972 Originally published by Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg New York in 1972 Softcover reprint of the hardcover 1 st edition 1972 Offsetprinting and bookbinding: Julius Beltz, Hemsbach/Bergstr. Preface The rapid development and recent advances in this field seemed to justify a further meeting dealing primarily with protein interconversions and their biological significance rather soon after the first symposium of this kiild, held under the direction of Professor G. BoNSIGNORE of Genoa, in Santa Margherita Ligure, Italy, in May The proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Metabolic Interconversion of Enzymes, held in Rottach-Egern, in the Bavarian Alps, from October 27-30, 1971, under the auspices of the Gesellschaft Deutscher Naturforscher und Arzte bear witness to the high quality of the research reports and the lively discussions which ensued. There are contributions by a number of distinguished scientists and experts in the field who came from several European countries, Canada, Israel, Japan, the Soviet Union and the United States in order to participate in this symposium. We wish to express our sincere gratitude to the speakers for all their efforts. The main burden of the editorial work was carried by Dr. G. L6FFLER, Munich, ably a' sisted by Dr. A. R. FERGUSON, Freiburg, Dr. R. H. HASCHKE, Wiirzburg, Dr. A. HASILJK, Freiburg, Dr. L. HEILMEYER Jr., Wiirzburg, Dr. E. Smss, Munich, and by the secretaries, Miss E. BAUER, Munich and Mrs. G. WEIDEMANN, Wiirzburg. To the publishers, Springer Verlag Berlin Heidelberg New York, and especially to Dr. H. MAYER-KAUPP, we are greatly indebted for their cooperation. Without the help of all those named above and several other colleagues not mentioned by name this volume would not have appeared on time. We hope the reader will find it a useful guide to this important field of biological regulation. Wiirzburg, Freiburg, Miinchen November 1972 E. HELMREICH H. HoLZER 0. WIELAND Contents Welcoming Remarks. 0. WIELAND Metabolic Interconversion of Enzymes: Introductory Remarks. C. F. CoRI Comparative and Evolutionary Aspects of the Control of Phosphorylase. E. H. FisCHER, PH. CoHEN, M. FossET, L. W. MuiR, J. C. SAARI Electron Microscopy of Muscle Phosphorylases band a. N. A. KISELEV, F. YA. LERNER, N. B. LIVANOVA.... Discussion Studies on Glycogen Phosphorylase in Solution and in the Crystalline State. N. B. MADSEN, K. 0. HoNIKEL, M. N. G. JAMEs Probing and Mapping the Pyridoxal 5'-Phosphate Site of Glycogen Phosphorylase. S. SHALTIEL, M. CoRTIJO, Y. ZAIDENZAIG Association-dissociation Properties of NaBH4-reduced Phosphorylase b. D. J. GRAVES, J.-I. Tu, R. A. ANDERSON, T. M. MARTENSEN, B. J. WHITE The Mechanism of Action of Cyclic AMP in the Activation of Phosphorylase Kinase. E. G. KREBS, J. A. BEAVO, c. 0. BROSTROM, J.D. CORBIN, T. HAYAKAWA, D. A. WALSH Discussion Phosphorylase a as a Glucose Receptor. W. STALMANS, TH. DE BARSY, M. LALOUX, H. DEWuLF, H.-G. HERS Properties of Purified Glycogen Synthetase b from Liver. H. L. SEGAL, Y. SANADA, S. R. MARTIN Discussion The Mechanism of Activation of the Lac Operon. G. ZuBAY 149 Discussion Regulatory Mechanism of Enzyme Catabolism. S. K o : v ~ rk. N KITo, A M I, T. MATsuzAwA... Discusswn N. KATuNuMA, E. KoMrNAMr, lnterconversion of Two Forms of Leucyl-tRNA Synthetase. P. RouGET, F. CHAPE- VILLE Discussion Diphtheria Toxin-catalyzed Adenosine Diphosphoribosylation of Aminoacyl Transferase II from Rat Liver. T. HoNJO, K. UEDA, T. TANABE, 0. HAYAISHI Discussion Regulation of Transcription by T4 Phage Induced Chemical Alteration and Modification of Transcriptase (EC ). D. RABUSSAY, R. MAILHAMMER, W. ZrLLIG Discussion On the Mechanism of Action and Metabolic Control of the Multifunctional Enzyme Complex that Catalyzes Adenylylation and Deadenylylation of Escherichia Coli Glutamine Synthetase. E. R. STADTMAN, M. BROWN, A. SEGAL, W. A. ANDERSON, B. HENNIG, A. GINSBURG, J. H. MANGUM VIII Inactivation of Glutamine Synthetase in Intact E. coli Cells. H. HoLZER, H. ScHuTT, P. c. HEINRICH Studies on the Mechanism of the ATP: Glutamine Synthetase Adenylyltransferase Reaction. D. WoLF, R. WoHLHUETER, E. EBNER.... The Role of Enzyme Inactivation in the Regulation of Glutamine Synthesis in Yeast: in vivo Studies Using 15NH 3. A. P. SIMS, A. R. FERGUSON.... Discussion Molecular Aspects of the Regulation of the Mammalian Pyruvate Dehydrogenase Complex. L. J. REED, T. C. LINN, F. HucHo, G. NAMIHIRA, C. R. BARRERA, TH. E. RocHE, J. W. PELLEY, D. D. RANDALL Regulation of the Mammalian Pyruvate Dehydrogenase Complex: Physiological Aspects and Characterization of PDH-Phosphatase from Pig Heart. 0. WIELAND, E. SIEss, H. J. v. FuNcKE, C. PATZELT, A. ScHIRMANN, G. L6FFLER, L. WEISS Discussion Enzyme-dependent Activation of P ruvate Formate-lyase of Escherichia coli. J. KNAPPE, H.-P. BLASCHKOWSKI, R. EDENHARDER.... Discussion Lactose Synthetase: Structure and Function. R. L. HILL, R. BARKER, K. W. OLSEN, J. H. SHAPER, I. P. TRAYER... /.... UDP-glucose: D-fructose-6-phosphate 2-glucosyltransferase: Metabolic Control of the Enzyme Activity. M.A. R. DE FEKETE.... Discussion Mechanism of Interaction between Arginase and Ornithine Transcarbamoyl Transferase of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. J. M. WIAME, F. MESSENGUY, M. PENNINCKX Discussion Enzymatic Modification of Basic Chromosomal Proteins in Developing Trout Testis. G. H. DIXON, G. S. BAILEY, E. P. M. CANDIDO, A. J. LOUIE, M. M. SANDERS, M. T. SuNG.... Discussion Active Site-directed Side Chain Modification. H. FASOLD, F. W. HuLLA, A. KENMOKU Discussion Metabolic Interconversion: c. FRIEDEN.... of Enzymes: Relation to the Hysteretic Response. Discussion Why Are Enzymes Interconvertible? R. H. HASCHKE, L. HEILMEYER, Jr., E. HELM REICH General Discussion List of Participants Index of Contributors Anderson, R.A., 103 Anderson, W.A., 231 Antonov, 353 Bailey, G.S., 375 Barker, R., 331 Barrera, C.R., 281 Blaschkowski, H.P., 319 Blavo, J.A., 113 Brostrom, c.o., 113 Brown, M., 231 Buc, H., 277, 401, 423, 434 Bucher, Th., 370 Candido, E.P.M., 375 Chapeville, F., 179, 192, 209, 210 Cohen, P, 11 Corbin, J.D., 113 Cori, C.F., 3, 51, 118, 146, 313, 352, 403, 428 Cortijo, M., 73 De Barsy, T., 121 Decker, K., 327, 354, 378, 379 De Fekete, M.A.R., 354, 355, 372, 347 DeWulf, H., 121 Dixon, G.H., 375, 157, 209, 310, 370, 377, 378, 379, 426, 429 Ebner, E., 253 Edenharder, R., 319 Fasold, H., 381, 118, 390, Ferguson, A.R., 261 Fischer, 118, 354, 430 Foset, M., 11 E H, 11, 50, 144, 177, 192, 377, 390, 416, , 52, 211, 278, 426, 429, Frieden, C., 391, 353, 401, 402, 403, 404, 424, 430, 431 Funcke, v.h.j., 293 Gancedo, C., 228, 352, 371, 372, 373, 434 Ginsburg, A., 231 Graves, D.J., 103, 51, 312, 422 Hartmann, G., 157, 228, 278 Haschke, R.H., 405, 209, 210 Hasilik, A., 192, 313, 434 Hayaishi, o., 193, 208, 209, 210, 211 Hayakawa, T., 113 Heilmeyer, L., jr., 405, 52, 378, 417, 418, 419, 420, 423 Heinrich, P.C., 245 Helmreich, E., 405, 119, 146, 208, 277, 327, 390, 401, 403, 421, 422, 428 Hennig, B., 231 Henning, U., 353, 373, 426 Hers, H.G., 121 Hess, B., 51, 314, 315, 316, 317 Hill, R.L., 331, 352, 353, 354, 379 Holzer, H., 245, 50, 119, 176, 177, 192, 278, 279, 355, 431, 435, 436, 437 X Honikel, K.O., 55 Honjo, T., 193 Hucho, F, 2 81 Hulla, F.W., 381 James, M.N.G., 55 Katunuma, N., 159, 175, 176, 371, 430, 437 Kenmoku, A., 381 Kiselev, N.A., 29 Kito, K., 159 Knappe, J., 319, 327, 328, 329 Kominami, E., 159. Kominami, s., 159 Krebs, E.G., 113, 52, 118, 119, 175, 210, 311, 313, 314, 379, 402, 428, 429, 435, 438 Laloux, M., 121 Lerner, F.Ya., 29 Linn, T.C., 281 Livanova, N.B., 29 Leffler, G., 293. Louie, A.J., 375 Lynen, F., 279, 311, 353, 355, 425, 432, 436 Madsen, N.B., 55, 421, 435 Mailhammer, R., 213 Mangum, J.H., 231 Martensen, T.M., 103 Martin, S.R., 133 Matsuzawa, T., 159 Messenguy, F., 357 Muir, L.W., 11 Namihira, G., 281 Olsen, K.W., 331 Palm, D., 404 Palmer, N., 52, 53, 54 Patzelt, c., 293 Pelley, J.W., 281 Penninckx, M., 357 Pette, D., 175, 313, 390, 403 Rabussay, D., 213, 228, 229, 438 Randall, D.O., 281 Reed, L.D., 281, 310, 313, 314 Reinauer, H., 310, 311 Roche, T.E., 28: Rouget, P., 179 Saari, J.C., 11 Sanada, Y., 133 Sanders, M.M., 375 Schirmann, A., 293 Schutt, H., 245 Segal, A., 231 Segal, H.L., 133, 147, 175, 208, 277, 311, 328, 372, 402, 433 Seubert, w., 312 Shaltiel, s., 73, 119, 352, 354, 377, 379 Shaper, J.H., 331 Siess, E., 293 Sims, A.P., 261 Sols, A., 50, 146, 210, 278, 310, 312, 329, 354, 355, 371, 437 Stadtman, E.R., 231, 52, 228, 277, 278, 279, 327, 328, 370, 401, 402, 416, 424, 425, 426, 429, 431, 432, 433, 434, 435, 436, 437 Stalmans, W., 121, 146 Sung, M.T., 375 XI Tanabe, T., 193 Trayer, I.P., 331 T J I 103 u, an-, Ueda, K., 193 Wallenfels, K., 377 Walsh, D.A., 113 Weiss, L., 293 White, B.J., 103 Wiame, J.M., 357, 370, 371, 373 Wieland, 310, 403, o., 1, 293, 118, 211, 311, 312, 313, 377, 426 Wieland, Th., 377 Wohlhueter, R., 253, 433 Wolf, D., 253 Zaidenzaig, Y., 73 Ziegler, H., 354 Zillig, W., 213 Zubay, G., 149, 157, 228, 229 Symposium paper
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