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Br-
stimulation by anions with the following order of effectiveness: SCN-, I-, NO3-, Br-, Cl-, membrane-associated enzyme
Ca2+
divalent cation requirement is satisfied by Mg2+, Mn2+ or Ca2+; maximal activation occurs at a cation to substrate ratio of 1:1
Cl-
stimulation by anions with the following decreasing order of effectiveness: SCN-, I-, NO3-, Br-, Cl-, membrane-associated enzyme
I-
stimulation by anions with the following decreasing order of effectiveness: SCN-, I-, NO3-, Br-, Cl-, membrane-associated enzyme
Mn2+
divalent cation requirement is satisfied by Mg2+, Mn2+ or Ca2+; maximal activation occurs at a cation to substrate ratio of 1:1
NO3-
stimulation by anions with the following decreasing order of effectiveness: SCN-, I-, NO3-, Br-, Cl-, membrane-associated enzyme. The effect of NO3- is maximal at pH 7-8, it is negligible at pH 6.5
SCN-
stimulation by anions with the following decreasing order of effectiveness: SCN-, I-, NO3-, Br-, Cl-, membrane-associated enzyme
Mg2+
divalent cation requirement is satisfied by Mg2+, Mn2+ or Ca2+; maximal activation occurs at a cation to substrate ratio of 1:1
Ca2+
divalent cation requirement is fullfilled by Mg2+ or Ca2+ in microsomes and by Mg2+ but not Ca2+ in soluble fraction
Mg2+
divalent cation requirement is fullfilled by Mg2+ or Ca2+ in microsomes and by Mg2+ but not Ca2+ in soluble fraction
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