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55 mM Ca 2+ was present. However, when Ca 2+ was absent from the lipoxygenase-2 system, the ratio of the 13- to 9-position isomers was 62:38 at pH 7 and 40:60 at pH 9. 5 mM Ca 2+. A stimulatory effect by calcium ion was reported for the peanut lipoxygenase isoenzymes -1, -2, and -3 (57). The mechanism whereby Ca 2+ stimulates lipoxygenases may revolve around an interaction of Ca 2+ with the fatty acid substrate rather than with the enzyme. Zimmerman and Snyder (58) attempted to resolve whether Ca 2+ activation of soybean lipoxygenase-2 was due to an action upon the enzyme or the substrate.
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Biochemistry of Arachidonic Acid Metabolism by Richard J. Kulmacz (auth.), Dr. William E. M. Lands (eds.)