By Nathan P. Kaplan, Nathan P. Colowick, William B. Jakoby, Meir Wilchek
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2] 19 TRANSITION STATE ANALOGS such studies make clear the state of the bound analog. This important information can in principle be obtained from the results of spectroscopic studies of enzyme-inhibitor complexes. In the above example, the dishionic form of the bound inhibitor could involve any of the species shown below. Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) studies of bound ligands suggest that bound 2-phosphoglycolate is present as the trianion, the enzyme itself taking up a proton as the transition state analog is bound.
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