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Chemical Compound Review

MMTS     methylsulfonylsulfanylmethane

Synonyms: PubChem14140, CCRIS 7217, AG-F-05982, ACMC-209h9g, CHEBI:74357, ...
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High impact information on mesylthiomethane

  • Blocking the sulfydryl group in YC with methylmethanethiosulfonate (that formed YCSSCH(3)) totally inhibited thiyl radical formation as did substitution of Tyr with Phe (i.e. FC) in the presence of MPO/H(2)O(2)/NO(2)(-) [1].
  • Reduction of TcsF with DTT followed by alkylation with methylmethanethiosulfonate (MMTS), demonstrated that the active subunit of TcsF bound to and eluted from anti-TCR-alpha, but not to anti-TCR-beta columns [2].
  • (d) Upon reaction of methylmethanethiosulfonate at the slow site, the K1/2 for MgATP hydrolysis is reduced from 0.65 to 0.25 mM [3].
  • 8-Mercapto-FAD X glutathione reductase, for instance, reacted readily and stoichiometrically with the thiol reagent methylmethanethiosulfonate [4].
  • Acid pH alone and the simultaneous presence of Mg++, K+ and PEP prior to MMTS treatment protected against the effects on PEP kinetics, but did not alter the induction of thermolability [5].


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