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Chemical Compound Review

SureCN8088     (2S)-3-hydroxypyrrolidine-2- carboxylic acid

Synonyms: AG-F-99586, CHEBI:20056, CTK0B1882, AC1L44ZU, 14916-76-8, ...
 
 
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Disease relevance of 3-Hydroxyproline

 

High impact information on 3-Hydroxyproline

  • Identification of collagen types was made by: reaction with specific antibodies to type I and IV collagens; electrophoretic mobility; sensitivity to reduction and to collagenase; analysis of the proportions of 3-hydroxyproline, 4-hydroxyproline and hydroxylysine; and CNBr peptides [4].
  • Possible explanations are: a more rapid turnover of basement membrane collagen than interstitial collagen or, alternatively, relatively greater resistance to the proteolytic cleavage of peptides containing 3-hydroxyproline [5].
  • The position of 3-hydroxyproline was investigated in the triplet sequences of peptides released by collagenase digestion of a collagen preparation from kidney cortex [6].
  • The secreted cathepsin L-like proteinases of the trematode, Fasciola hepatica, contain 3-hydroxyproline residues [7].
  • Heterogeneity with respect to 3-hydroxyproline and 4-hydroxyproline at a certain position in these peptides was assessed by tandem mass spectrometry based on the wn ion series in the CID spectra of these Lys-C peptides [8].
 

Biological context of 3-Hydroxyproline

  • Two further interruptions of the triple helix were indicated by single deletions of GLy or Yaa positions in the triplet structure (Gly-Xaa-Yaa)n. The two 3-hydroxyproline residues were found in position Xaa and are surrounded by homologous sequences [9].
  • After hydrolysis of the urine by 6 M HCl, 3-hydroxyproline is purified from many interfering substances by 2 steps of chromatography on Dowex 1 X8 resin equilibrated first in the acetate form and secondly in the OH- form [10].
 

Anatomical context of 3-Hydroxyproline

 

Associations of 3-Hydroxyproline with other chemical compounds

 

Gene context of 3-Hydroxyproline

  • The results suggest a decrease in the relative amount of the collagen component in the GBM of CNF patients, but a decrease in the relative amount of 3-hydroxyproline indicates that other changes also exist [15].
  • The renal excretion of 3 hydroxyproline (3 HYP) and 4 hydroxyproline (4 HYP) was investigated in control subjects and in patients with various renal diseases [2].
  • Comparison of GBM and TBM from the same kidneys showed at all ages that GBM contains more 3-hydroxyproline, neuraminic acids and mannose [16].

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