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- n. The univalent cation obtained by protonation of trimethylamine (CH3)3NH+
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(Kcat - values of wild-type and mutant en - zyme for different fatty acids and alkyl trimethylammonium compounds )  Km-Value (mM) Additional information
First, it has been reported that alkyltrimethylammonium halides with 12-16 methylenes, in particular dodecyl-trimethylammonium halides (DDTMAHs), are effective surfactants that can denature α-lactalbumin or β-lactoglobulin
AMTS17-AMTS20 are known to irreversibly inhibit aphid AChEs but not have a trimethylammonium group on one end of an alkylene chain to confer affinity through a cation-pi interaction with Trp87 at the active site
(the mutant enzyme retains significant hydroxylase activity towards saturated fatty acids and shows much increased activity towards C12 - C16 alkyl trimethylammonium compounds )  592
,  and a methanethiosulfonate group on the other end to form an adduct preferentially with a free cysteine residue Figure 1 to replace the trimethylammonium and methanethiosulfonate groups of
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