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Thus, the binding of enalaprilat, like that of furanacryloyl-PheGly-Gly (98), is markedly dependent on chloride ion concentration. 7. Interaction ofEnalaprilat with the Converting Enzyme Apoenzyme. As noted above, converting enzyme is in equilibrium with the corresponding apoenzyme and free Zn(I1) in solution. The apoenzyme is formed in appreciable amounts under weakly acidic conditions and can be prepared quantitatively in the presence of suitable Zn(I1) chelating agents such as EDTA. Although the apoenzyme is catalytically inactive (or at least one million-fold less active than the holoenzyme), it binds the substrate 'H-benzoyl-Phe-Ala-Pro at least as tightly as does the holoenzyme (112).
Structures and values of pK, for the conjugate acids of four inhibitors of angiotensin-converting enzyme. placing proline partially compensates for the lack of an NH relative to enalaprilat . VI. r( M PI Q[ 4 , , , \, 5 8 7 8 9 PH Figure 16. The pH-dependence of dissociation constants for binding of four inhibitors to rabbit lung angiotensin-converting enzyme; see Figure 15 for structures and values of pK,,. 00 log units. [From Bull et al. ] on the potencies of inhibitors. Sometimes in the case of a very potent inhibitor one can safely hypothesize that the minimum energy conformer of the inhibitor in solution will undergo very little conformational change when it binds to the enzyme.
PATCHEIT & EUGENE H. CORDES TABLE 9 N-Terminal Amino Acid Modifications e C H 2 C H 2 - CH-X-Pro I COZH No. 7 X 10-~ M= lo-' M b ICY' M h lo4 M' lO-'M' 10-6 M' "The assay and methods for synthesizing these compounds as diastereomeric mixture in approximate 6:4 ratio are described in Patchett et al. (76). bPatchett et al. (76). H. Ulm (157). The compounds were synthesized by D. Ondeyka, T. Ikeler and L. Payne. rior to the proline analog (compound 30) as one might have anticipated based on the dipeptide results of Cheung et al.