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Bromobimane     8-(bromomethyl)-2,3,7- trimethyl-1,5...

Synonyms: MBBR, Thiolyte MB, SureCN152679, AG-G-79681, CHEMBL1649730, ...
 
 
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Disease relevance of Bromobimane

 

High impact information on Bromobimane

  • Tissue extracts incubated with reduced thioredoxin are treated with a fluorescent probe (monobromobimane) to label sulfhydryl groups [5].
  • Monobromobimane labeling and protein-free thiol titration revealed significantly less extensive oxidation in the cauda epididymis when compared to that in the wild type [6].
  • Cytochalasin D (CD) and monobromobimane (MB) enhanced agglutination and prevented the inhibitory action of ADP on bovine vWf-induced platelet agglutination [7].
  • We find that two mutants, I72C and S251C, when labeled with the small, solvent-sensitive fluorophore monobromobimane, exhibit spectral changes only upon binding light-activated, phosphorylated rhodopsin [8].
  • We have determined the distribution of glutathione between different chemical states in rat liver microsomes by labeling with the thiol-specific label monobromobimane and subsequent separation by reversed phase high performance liquid chromatography [9].
 

Biological context of Bromobimane

 

Anatomical context of Bromobimane

 

Associations of Bromobimane with other chemical compounds

 

Gene context of Bromobimane

  • Monobromobimane and N-dansylaziridine labeled GPIb beta but not GPIb alpha in intact platelets [24].
  • The mechanism by which the ferredoxin-thioredoxin system activates the target enzyme, NADP-malate dehydrogenase, was investigated by analyzing the sulfhydryl status of individual protein components with [14C]iodoacetate and monobromobimane [25].
  • Two types of PC analyses are currently used, i.e., acid extraction and separation on HPLC with either precolumn derivatization (pH 8.2) with monobromobimane (mBBr) or postcolumn derivatization (pH 7.8) with Ellman's reagent [5, 5'-dithiobis(2-nitrobenzoic acid), DTNB] [26].
  • Monobromobimane occupies a distinct xenobiotic substrate site in glutathione S-transferase pi [27].
  • A highly sensitive and specific assay for Escherichia coli thioredoxin was developed using the thiol-specific reagent monobromobimane [28].
 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Bromobimane

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