EzCatDB

R L C P
Hierarchic Classification of Catalytic Mechanisms


R 1.-.-.- : Hydrolysis (bond cleavage by water) (Reaction)

L 1.13.-.- : Amide bond (One of Carbonyl Ester bonds; including peptide bond) (Ligand group involved)

C 1.13.30010.- : 20S-proteasome-like mechanism (Nucleophile/Acid-Base/Stabilizer/Modulator); Base-activation of nucleophile through a water; covalent bond formation between nucleophile and target atom; intermediate stablilized; protonation to 1st leaving group; covalent bond attacked by base-activated water (Catalytic mechanism)

P 1.13.30010.35 : Thr(N-terminal) + N-terminal alpha-amine + Lys/mainchain amide + acidic resiude (Residues/cofactors in Protein)


1st Nucleophile : a catalytic residue
Catalytic groups : groups in residue/substrate
General Base : a catalytic residue
General Acid : a catalytic residue

Related Enzymes

There are 2 entries in this class.
  • M00123 : 3.4.25.1; Proteasome component PRE5 (Catalytic domain; 3.60.20.10)
  • M00174 : 3.4.25.1; Proteasome subunit alpha (Catalytic domain; 3.60.20.10)
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