What does AcC stand for?
AcC stands for acetylated cytochrome c
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decreases the pH to values below 4. Cytochrome c shows autoxidizability at this acidity. 3. 3. Partially acetylated cytochrome c shows absorption spectra identical with those of native cyctochrome c, both at room temperature and at the temperature of liquid nitrogen. The acetylated cytochrome c can be readily reduced with hydrogen in the presence of palladium and is not autoxidizable. The acetylated ferrocytochrome c is not oxidized by cytochrome c oxidase, but the acetylated pigment is just as effective as native cytochrome c in decreasing the rate constant for the oxidase reaction.
The use of acetylated cytochrome c in detecting superoxide anion production in rabbit alveolar macrophages. V N Nasrallah Jr.
A cytochrome c polypeptide can be monitored using a fluorescence assay. For example, an acetylated cytochrome c polypeptide can be used as a substrate and monitored, e. g. , as described in US 2003-0082668. For example, the cytochrome c polypeptide can be prepared as a fluorescent substance that includes a fluorescence group and a quencher. Specific examples include MOAc, Nina (N-methylanthranilic acid), etc.
Article: Studies on chemically modified cytochrome c. I. The acetylated cytochrome.
binds to) cytochrome c; contacting a cytochrome c polypeptide with the compound and evaluating a chemical reaction, e. g. , the effect of the compound on the acetylation of the cytochrome c polypeptide. In a preferred embodiment, the cytochrome c polypeptide is acetylated and the ability of the compound to deacetylate the cytochrome c polypeptide is evaluated. The acetylated cytochrome.