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Studies in the handling and absorption of biopterin derivatives in man.

Robert John Leeming

Studies in the handling and absorption of biopterin derivatives in man.

by Robert John Leeming

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Published by University of Aston in Birmingham, Dept. of Chemistry in Birmingham .
Written in English


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SeriesM. Phil thesis, 1975
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Open LibraryOL20919269M

Tetrahydrobiopterin Deficiency Center Tetrahydrobiopterin deficiency is a rare genetic disorder that increases the levels of phenylalanine and several other substances in the blood, at birth. Symptoms of Tetrahydrobiopterin deficiency include movement disorders, difficulty swallowing, seizures, and more. dihydrobiopterin: (dī-hī'drō-bī-op'tĕr-in), Precursor to tetrahydrobiopterin, a required cofactor for a number of enzymes, including the biosynthesis of l -tyrosine; the inability to synthesize dihydrobiopterin can result in a form of malignant hyperphenylalaninemia.

Media in category "Biopterin" The following 5 files are in this category, out of 5 total. The uptake of (6R)-5,6,7,8-tetrahydro-l-biopterin (BH 4) was investigated in rat brain synaptosomes, cultured rat pheochromocytoma (PC12) cells, and rat striatum (control and depleted of dopamine neurons) following peripheral administration.A linear, non-saturable, concentration-dependent intracellular accumulation was observed when BH 4 was added to either synaptosomes or PC12 by:

  Drug name. Biopten® Granules 10%. Biopten® Granules %. Generic name (JAN) Sapropterin hydrochloride. Indications and usage. 1. To reduce blood phenylalanine levels in patients with dihydrobiopterin synthetase deficiency and dihydropteridine reductase deficiency in patients with hyperphenylalaninemia (HPA). Tetrahydrobiopterin deficiency is a rare disorder that increases the levels of several substances, including phenylalanine, in the blood. Phenylalanine is a building block of proteins (an amino acid) that is obtained through the is found in all proteins and in some artificial tetrahydrobiopterin deficiency is not treated, phenylalanine can build up to harmful levels in.


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Studies in the handling and absorption of biopterin derivatives in man by Robert John Leeming Download PDF EPUB FB2

Compounds. Biopterin compounds found within the body include BH4, the free radical BH3, and BH2 (also a free radical). Synthesis. Biopterin synthesis occurs through two principal pathways; the de novo pathway involves three enzymatic steps and proceeds from GTP, while the salvage pathway converts sepiapterin to biopterin.

BH4 is the principal active cofactor, and a recycling pathway converts CAS Number: Clinica Chimica Acta, () Elsevier/North-Holland Biomical Press CCA THE EFFECTS OF PATHOLOGICAL AND NORMAL PHYSIOLOGICAL PROCESSES ON BIOPTERIN DERIVATIVE LEVELS IN MAN ROBERT J.

LEEMING a-* and JOHN A. BLAIR b a Department of Haematology, The General Hospital, Steelhouse Lane, Birmingham B4 6NH (U.K.) and b Department Cited by:   One disorder is specifically tied to biopterin deficiencies. Its symptoms are similar to those of the genetic disorder called phenylketonuria, which is a body's inability to process the needed enzyme symptoms, if left untreated could lead to retardation, seizure disorders and permanent brain damage.

The symptoms of such disorders, however, can be avoided if identified in. Tetrahydrobiopterin Supplementation: Elevation of Tissue Biopterin Levels Accompanied by a Relative Increase in Dihydrobiopterin in the Blood and the Role of Probenecid-Sensitive Uptake in Scavenging Dihydrobiopterin in the Liver and Kidney of Rats.

Ohashi A(1), Saeki Y(2), Harada T(3), Naito M(1), Takahashi T(1), Aizawa S(3), Hasegawa H(1)(3).Cited by:   Under alkaline conditions, two peaks are observed, which correspond to biopterin (peak 1, min, Fig.

3) and tetrahydrobiopterin-derived pterin (peak 2, min, Fig. The amount of alkali-stable biopterin (derived from dihydrobiopterin) is calculated as ± equivalent per subunit (mean ± SEM, n = 3).

Accordingly, this. biopterin: (bī-op'ter-in), A pterin found in yeast, the fruit fly, and in normal human urine. The reduced form of biopterin serves as a coenzyme for a number of enzyme-catalyzed reactions.

Author information: (1)Division of Medical Genetics, Department of Pediatrics and Pathology, University of Utah, 2C SOM, 50 North Mario Capecchi Drive, Salt Lake City, UTUSA. @ Erratum in J Inherit Metab Dis. Jun;32(3) Defects in the metabolism or Cited by: The folate-biopterin transporter (FBT) family is a distant family within the major facilitator superfamily, most closely related to drug resistance ns of the FBT family are reported to contain about to amino acyl residues.

All probably have 12 transmembrane α-helical segments (TMSs).They may function by H + symport. Other articles where Biopterin is discussed: metabolic disease: Disorders of amino acid metabolism: result from impaired metabolism of biopterin, an essential cofactor in the phenylalanine hydroxylase reaction, may not consistently respond to therapy.

Neopterin and biopterin are by-products of the redox reactions involving tetrahydrobiopterin (BH4). BH4 functions as a cofactor for the enzymes responsible for the production of monoamine neurotransmitters (ephinepherine, norepinephrine, DOPA, serotonin), and as a cofactor in nitric oxide production.

Tetrahydrobiopterin (BH4) deficiencies are disorders that affect phenylalanine (Phe or F) homeostasis, as well as brain biosynthesis of catecholamine, serotonin, and (occasionally) nitric oxide.

In particular, excess production of reactive oxygen species causes oxidation of BH4, an essential cofactor. Biopterin is a pterin derivative that consists of pterin bearing amino, oxo and 1,2-dihydroxypropyl substituents at positions 2, 4 and 6 parent of the class of biopterins; the L-erythro isomer occurs widely in nature.

It has a role as a metabolite and a coenzyme. Biopterin concentrations in cerebrospinal fluid from patients with Parkinson's disease, in which the nigrostriatal dopamine neurons degenerate, are lower than those from age-matched older controls.

In hereditary progressive dystonia/DOPA-responsive dystonia, which is a dopamine deficiency caused by mutations in GTP cyclohydrolase I without neuronal cell death (Segawa's disease), neopterin and.

Serum concentrations of biopterin derivatives were markedly elevated. Eighteen patients were given the aluminum-chelating agent deferoxamine in a single dose, after which DHPR activity doubled. Definition of biopterin in the dictionary.

Meaning of biopterin. What does biopterin mean. Information and translations of biopterin in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on.

immune cell activation in man, and is of diagnostic and prognostic value (34), its function in immunoactivated cells is obscure. The recent addition of NOS to the list known biopterin-dependent enzymes raises the possibility that the function of BH4 in immunoactivated cells is to support co.

ciency. In connection with our studies of atypical phenylketonuria, it was of interest to investigate the biopterin biosynthesis in man. These data indicate that, indeed, also in human kidney and liver, bio- pterin synthesis might proceed via compound X and sepiapterin. Materials and. Tetrahydrobiopterin (BH4) is an essential cofactor for amine neurotransmitter synthesis.

BH4 also stimulates and modulates the glutamatergic system, and regulates the synthesis of nitric oxide by nitric oxide synthases. A connection between BH4 deficiencies and psychiatric disorders has been previously reported; major depression and obsessive-compulsive disorder have been found in subjects Cited by: The decline in tissue biopterin content, produced mainly by inhibited of biosynthesis, is maximal at 6 hours and is not associated with either an increase in biopterin release or a shift in the.

Nutritional influences on urinary total biopterin levels in rats and pigs were investigated. During the first nights in metabolic cages with food deprivation a significant increase in biopterin values was found in rats.

This could be diminished either by feeding, adaptation to food deprivation or by oral glucose application. With food deprivation under normal housing conditions, this increase Cited by: 2.

Hello Select your address Best Sellers Gift Ideas New Releases Whole Foods Today's Deals AmazonBasics Coupons Gift Cards Customer Service Free Shipping Shopper Toolkit Registry Sell.Tetrahydrobiopterin (BH4) is a necessary cofactor for the synthesis by the body of neurotransmitters containing amines (catecholamines), such as dopamine and serotonin.

BH4 is needed to convert phenylalanine to tyrosine and to convert tyrosine to L-DOPA. The conversion to L-DOPA is the “rate limiting step,” (the step that controls the speed of the reaction) in [ ].

The effects of 6R‐5, 6, 7, 8‐tetrahydro‐L‐biopterin (6R‐BH 4), the in vivo cofactor for tryptophan hydroxylase, on the synthesis, release, and metabolism of serotonin were studied in superfused slices from rat hippocampus. 6R‐BH 4 did not alter the spontaneous release of [3 H]serotonin but it did significantly increase release when slices were depolarized with 30 mM by: