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The basis for this energy requirement thus constitute an important unsolved problem, whose elucidation should help clarify our knowledge about the mechanisms of proteolysis. Several years ago Dr. Kenneth Olden in our laboratory carried out a series of experiments to determine whether proteolysis requires high energy phosphates or the energyrich membrane state. A number of processes in bacteria, such as the transport of amino acids, derive their energy directly from the high energy membrane state.

As a rule, in native proteins the majority of hydrophobic amino acid sidechains are buried. Exceptions may include membrane proteins, certain very short-lived proteins of rat liver (E. Khairrallah, personal communication), and "signal peptides". , of monomers from an oligometric protein, and disulphide bonds. , canavanine for arginine) (70-72), (b) sequence errors in biosynthesis, and (c) limited proteolysis. In extreme cases, the modified proteins may aggregate before being degraded, as has been shown for both bacterial and rat liver cytosol proteins (24,73).

It shows, however, a quite unusual substrate specificity because it hydrolyzes aminopeptidase substrates too (including Arg- or Leu-2-naphylamides, dipeptides, tripeptides, amides, and esters). There is considerable evidence that: 1. , with the release of peptides containing more than four amino acids), and 2. both the endopeptidase activity and the aminopeptidase activity belong to the same enzyme molecule (as shown by protein homogeneity, competitive inhibition by amino- and endopeptidase substrates, a single pH of optimum, pH 6, and similar thermal stability).

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