Brestkin_1996_Zh.Evol.Biokhim.Fiziol_32_377

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Title : [A comparative study of the cholinesterase and carboxylesterase sensitivities of mammals and arthropods to new phenyl and glycidyl esters of dialkyl thiophosphoric acid] - Brestkin_1996_Zh.Evol.Biokhim.Fiziol_32_377
Author(s) : Brestkin AP , Kormilitsyn BN , Kugusheva LI , Maizel EB , Moralev SN , Mukanova KD , Khovanskikh AE , Abduvakhabov AA , Babaev BN , Dalimov DN
Ref : Zh Evol Biokhim Fiziol , 32 :377 , 1996
Abstract : The antienzymic activities of 14 organophosphorous compounds, the derivatives of dialkyl thiophosphoric acid, towards the acetylcholinesterase (AChE), butyrylcholinesterase (BuChE) and carboxylesterase (CE) from the spring grain aphid and mammals were investigated. The dependence of inhibitory activity of the compounds on their alkyl radical length was shown to be different for the AchE from the aphid and man. Some less pronounced differences in this dependence were revealed between the BuChEs from the aphid and horse as well as between the CEs from the aphid, mouse and red spider mite. The data give evidence of a distinction in structure of the active surfaces of the enzymes from the aphid and mammals. Some peculiar properties of the aphid cholinesterases are discussed taking account of the results of the present and previous papers.
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Brestkin AP, Kormilitsyn BN, Kugusheva LI, Maizel EB, Moralev SN, Mukanova KD, Khovanskikh AE, Abduvakhabov AA, Babaev BN, Dalimov DN (1996)
[A comparative study of the cholinesterase and carboxylesterase sensitivities of mammals and arthropods to new phenyl and glycidyl esters of dialkyl thiophosphoric acid]
Zh Evol Biokhim Fiziol 32 :377

Brestkin AP, Kormilitsyn BN, Kugusheva LI, Maizel EB, Moralev SN, Mukanova KD, Khovanskikh AE, Abduvakhabov AA, Babaev BN, Dalimov DN (1996)
Zh Evol Biokhim Fiziol 32 :377