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XO catalysed the oxidation of hypoxanthine to xanthine and subsequently to uric acid [32–34]. endobj %âãÏÓ The produced uric acid was quantified by measuring the absorbance at 290 nm with 2 min intervals on a microplate spectrophotometer. /Filter 18 0 R endobj %FUNCTION=( ) Masateru Kondo, Masaki Imanishi, Keijo Fukushima, Raiki Ikuto, Yoichi Murai, Yuya Horinouchi, Yuki Izawa-Ishizawa, Mitsuhiro Goda, Yoshito Zamami, Kenshi Takechi, Masayuki Chuma, Yasumasa Ikeda, Hiromichi Fujino, Koichiro Tsuchiya, Keisuke Ishizawa, Xanthine Oxidase Inhibition by Febuxostat in Macrophages Suppresses Angiotensin II-Induced Aortic Fibrosis, American Journal of … /Encoding 3 0 R And if you check lane 2 (293T lysate) of the Western blot for ab109235 on the Abcam website, you will also find the faint band at around 80kDa. /Type /Font /Length 13 0 R Xanthine oxidase activity was determined by the modified method of Massey et al.20 The conversion of xanthine uric acid was followed by monitoring the change in absorbance at 292nm, using UV-Visible Spectrophotometer ("292 ¼9.5mM 1 cm 1). !<8HC!1>W!R58HC1RXXebaC9eR:ZGeAi#ieAsm8!R:a[2B)e9e!1B62R@.Z >> Uric acid deposition begins when uric acid dissolves in the blood and forms urate monohydrate crystals in the joints and kidneys, leading to painful inflammation. endobj Besides these, many studies have now confirmed that exogenic antioxidants, especially supplied by foods, are essential for counteracting oxidative stress. You can change your cookie settings at any time. 2015, Article ID 294858, 8 pages, 2015. https://doi.org/10.1155/2015/294858, 1Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science and Mathematics, University of Nis, Visegradska 33, 18 000 Nis, Serbia. /Name /F003 xanthine oxidase in the liver, lung, heart, intestine and in the capillary endothelial cells 14. q"pHZO7*&FR/iWSrrDfjR/ha)s8/2aR/d0dq"pHZTE"okq>6T@s8/2aR-jqNR/iV*s+13$s+13_rs/=TR>CnCkB"8IY>R/-abpkP9)O8o4]M4&knrr`%QR#h98$30dgTD3^3M4'G)rsJOXR>Js8N2rM4'G)rsAIgTD3\Vs7hGqZ$G\!1rtER/$ZKs8N)orL!YQqu6ZkrL!YQs8N7JR?.CCH2j94QiEH]s7r(TH'ePVR?.CCrgrtDTBuU>s5KFHO8o4[q"pHZTE"okpYhM?TE"okM>N_:rr@oKR/iTLs8/2aR/HsaH/b4lR-+DKpu.V@O8](Ypun+GO8o4[q;I_ATE"okq>6Q[O73)Kq"pHZTE"okq"pHZTE"okM;am&rrDikR/ilHs8/2aT7R#ns+13$s1SF4q>QcdR/cuMTE"]`R/rBKqj@G0rgR@+$SR/rBKrL!\Ys8/2aO8T"Xq>H]^s7lM[!gs#`r0[POrgrtEs7lV^!LS`DR/rY1s-X%Os7hZTq#?cZrr`%Ws7lV^!WVrpR0!?_s-`nCs-WqUs,$`C!LWZ^R0! stream endobj 1000 0 500 222 222 1000 389 389 222 592 631 333 222 389 408 556 1000 1000 1000 519 742 742 742 742 742 742 981 703 575 575 575 575 278 278 278 278 722 722 758 758 758 758 758 1000 758 722 722 722 722 686 592 611 536 536 536 536 536 536 853 536 536 536 Spectrophotometric determination of XO activity is based on measuring uric acid production from xanthine or hypoxanthine substrate at around 295 nm. ;QS^"98.aR/[*hM4'E]R@*sQ#)Sb/s7i"Ks8N/qs7lV^!0@-Z!f<>;s8N7ZR@j8BR/d3dRK*9gM4&k[s5a4AR/i6TZrrDfiRI'qRq>-NDrr@oQR/iW@rr@oQ DNA and RNA are degraded into purine nucleotides and bases, which are then metabolized, via the action of xanthine oxidase, to xanthine and uric acid. /CreationDate (20131212 165123) lgEBYnB'8_kkf^o-ii8XL_!V#s`f)ah!kLTh8g&UpCf)b=5rmq2?qtenFo$IEg!UoaSf)u'-!;GF'"krP!pBUQpf*(ZkfC&CmfDk"5fDk"5f)bHhq:>Z:qXN/O!V3Sds8U[Op\=d? ?C"9AAOo)\d@!TW\Kf)aUsrmq;, (Sigma Aldrich, Singapore), Xantin (Sigma Aldrich, Singapore), xanthine oxidase (Sigma Aldrich, Singapore). Phương pháp nghiên cứu 2.3.1. s+13$s0r"0M4(!grrDioRJ[!cpR.EGrrDioRJQp`q#?c)s31KCM>WbAR/[*cq>6TZrr@?BR/iWBrrDllRK!6`R/ilVrr@oQR0&cUq>-NVrrDllR/irrDiTR/iN_@rrDikR/il@rrDllR/i<9rrDllR/i;!s+13$s+13ZrrS%FJ(Xc&pmIKGrrW"a /Info 23 0 R endobj They added EDTA and toluene in fresh milk, and after the milk was churned and cooled, the (NH4)2SO4 was added. /Ascent 720 (DTPA) (Sigma) as transition metal chelator. << /F001 18.00 Tf 4.00 Tw 0 g BT 205.70 614.45 Td <50726F647563742053706563696669636174696F6E>Tj ET /F001 10.00 Tf 2.20 Tw 0 g BT 14.15 566.45 Td <50726F64756374204E756D6265723A>Tj ET 0 g BT 172.55 566.45 Td <4D414B303738>Tj ET /F002 10.00 Tf 2.20 Tw 0 g The activity of flavonoids as inhibitors of xanthine oxidase in vitro has been reported. Xanthine oxidase (XO) is an important enzyme catalyzing the hydroxylation of hypoxanthine to xanthine and xanthine to uric acid which is excreted by kidneys. XOD with the molecular weight of 290 kDa, exists in the form of a homodimer. stream 14 0 obj Guo, “Antioxidant activities of, E. Cadenas and K. J. 0000022536 00000 n /Subtype /Type1 The enzyme is subsequently re-oxidized by NAD+ or molecular oxygen in a reaction that occurs at the FAD cofactor /FirstChar 32 z!&FTTAcMh!!!(4C!<3$T!!"f2!&J3e1RS5!bQ'I!!+l32AhsF!AcQG2!+sFTB)_k!!!&EC!1@F!R@+&CbQ+(2!6bECbVK7CAcU&C!6iXebl7\C!! 23 0 obj It is an intermediate in the degradation of adenosine monophosphate to uric acid, being formed by oxidation of hypoxanthine.The methylated xanthine compounds caffeine, theobromine, and theophylline and their derivatives are used in medicine for their bronchodilator effects. Long story short, I ran an activity assay on the xanthine oxidase that we had and it was only 0.5% of the reported activity. Catalyzes the oxidation of xanthine to uric acid. XO inhibitors act by blocking the biosynthesis of uric acid from purine in the body [47] and it is believed that either increasing the excretion of uric acid or reducing the uric acid production helps to reduce the risk of gout [48]. In the xanthine oxidase assay protocol, xanthine oxidase oxidizes xanthine to hydrogen peroxide (H 2 O 2) which reacts stoichiometrically with a probe to generate color (at OD = 570 nm) and fluorescence (at Ex/Em = 535/587 nm). Make up a solution of xanthine oxidase (Sigma) with con-centration of 1 unit/ml in 100 mM phosphate buffer. Oxidase Reagent Droppers are used in the Kovacs oxidase test as a qualitative reaction in the identification of nonfermenters and miscellaneous gram-negative bacteria. << 5301 10 (1969) 439-444 Substrate Activation with a Xanthine Oxidase Reaction An Alternative to Dismutation as an Explanation in the Chicken Liver System D. G. PRIEST and J. R. FISHER Department of Chemistry and Institute of Molecular Biophysics, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida (Received March 31/June 5, 1969) <206F722073756273657175656E7420726574657374206461746520746869732070726F6475637420636F6E666F726D656420746F2074686520>Tj ET 0 g BT 485.95 81.55 Td <696E666F726D6174696F6E20636F6E7461696E656420696E>Tj ET 0 g BT 14.15 69.55 Td /Subtype /Image /Filter 12 0 R The overactivity of XO results in a condition known as gout [39], a common rheumatic disease and an acute inflammatory arthritis [40]. Xanthine oxidase inhibitors are agents that directly inhibit the synthesis of uric acid in vivo. 16 0 obj [/ASCII85Decode/RunLengthDecode] RK!6dR/rBDs-`ld"c8Y>q3dWKrre1HTE"]dRJd*bRJm-eq3dWMrrr4dR/!)9s8N:KR?.CDR@ijGjo5>Tjd?+9rVlkSqjIE_!.!Umrr2unqj@GVq#:>NpmD,Lq#:?iqj@GFrr;h_!.XD9!/^T@!1Xm/QpM!.Y"J!/]s.!1rr2tTqjHjO!;ZM[JcC4TD\]sM4&knq3dlTM4'G"s-`oe! 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Schumacher, “Serum uric acid and cardiovascular disease: recent developments, and where do they leave us?”, S. Kivity, E. Kopel, E. Maor et al., “Association of serum uric acid and cardiovascular disease in healthy adults,”, S. G. Wannamethee, “Serum uric acid and risk of coronary heart disease,”, E. J. Newman, F. S. Rahman, K. R. Lees, C. J. Weir, and M. R. Walters, “Elevated serum urate concentration independently predicts poor outcome following stroke in patients with diabetes,”, P. Higgins, J. Dawson, and M. Walters, “The potential for xanthine oxidase inhibition in the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular disease,”, W. S. Chang, Y. J. Lee, F. J. Lu, and H. C. Chiang, “Inhibitory effects of flavonoids on xanthine oxidase,”, L. Costantino, A. Albasini, G. Rastelli, and S. Benvenuti, “Activity of polyphenolic crude extracts as scavengers of superoxide radicals and inhibitors of xanthine oxidase,”, D. E. C. van Hoorn, R. J. Nijveldt, P. A. M. van Leeuwen et al., “Accurate prediction of xanthine oxidase inhibition based on the structure of flavonoids,”, R. Arimboor, M. Rangan, S. G. Aravind, and C. Arumughan, “Tetrahydroamentoflavone (THA) from, M. T. Nguyen, S. Awale, Y. Tezuka, J. Y. Ueda, Q. Tran, and S. Kadota, “Xanthine oxidase inhibitors from the flowers of. ;JcC5pAY,Lqj@GOq>UJOGk?dlL]<2,rrDfiRJ-X\q"gBYO8AkVq"pHZTBuRXq>6Q[O73)Kq"pHZTE"okq;I_AJ,fNKp\U?YJ,fNKM>N_&rrDiPR/ik1s+13$s+13$s0_mNrrDllR/i-NXs8&,`J,K?DR/ilUrrDijRIu@9M>N\@ Reactive oxygen species (ROS) such as hydrogen peroxide, superoxide radical anion, hydroxyl radical, alkylperoxyl radical, nitric oxide, and singlet oxygen are often associated with some physiopathological states in human. 0000002982 00000 n /Descent -270 [ 278 333 519 631 631 1000 758 333 333 333 631 1000 333 333 333 333 631 631 631 631 631 631 631 631 631 631 333 333 1000 1000 1000 519 1000 742 631 703 722 575 556 742 722 278 556 667 536 908 722 758 592 778 647 647 631 722 722 1000 722 686 611 333 333 The treatment for hyperuricemia and gout is either increasing the excretion of uric acid or reducing the uric acid production. *$T!<6X2s-WlebQ.\C1B7D2!&HD2AhsFT1B>WT!<4i2!&HDe1G`W!1RU$TbVM'T1M-VCAhu5TAi"%e1M4ieB)aZT!&L$!1RVi2R@,k!bVP[e1X#hTbVM'!Ai%Z!1X+' 20 0 obj 0000022574 00000 n 0000022513 00000 n /BaseFont /Courier 535 535 240 240 240 240 575 575 575 575 575 575 575 1000 575 575 575 575 575 555 575 555] stream >> Xanthine oxidase (XO) is a major source of reactive oxygen species (ROS) and has been linked to the pathogenesis of atherosclerosis, but the underlying mechanisms remain unclear. 0.5 M HCl solution was used for terminating activity test reaction. 0000000017 00000 n /Pages 1 0 R /Encoding 3 0 R The accumulation of uric acid leads to hyperuricaemia and gout (Hatano et al., 1990; Nakanishi et al., 1990), so xanthine oxidase inhibitors may serve as therapeutic agents for hyperuricaemia and/or gout. 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Native xanthine oxidase from buttermilk. /Type /Pages endobj The enzyme is a homodimeric protein of M r 300,000 and is composed of independent subunits; each … 2. Reaction is initiated by adding the XO. According to this higher concentrations of uric acid may be response to the higher levels of xanthine oxidase activity and to the oxidative stress, which is characteristic for many vascular disease states [38]. The in vitro evaluation of the human xanthine oxidase inhibitory activity was performed by measuring hydrogen peroxide (H 2 O 2) production from oxidation of xanthine oxidase by the substrate xanthine, utilizing the human xanthine oxidase assay kit (Sigma USA). 0000000000 65535 f These pharmacological effects are linked to the antioxidant properties of flavonoids. 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The aim of this study is to give an overview of methods for isolation and determination of XO activity. /Name /00017 Xanthine oxidase (XO) is a form of xanthine oxidoreductase, a type of enzyme that plays a key role in the induction of hyperuricemia and raising superoxide radical level in blood. Inhibition of xanthine oxidase by allopurinol to prevent conversion of hypoxanthine to xanthine and/or uric acid. @s8/2aR-jqNR/iWQrs4J]pj`+#s7q_,s+13$ ;QDY!KW*7R/ilOrrDllR/i<7rr@oQRI:(Tq>6Q[O8o4[M>WbAR-stSq>6Q[O8o4[q>6Q[O8o7WR/iW9rrDikR/ha)rrDikR/ha7rrMn^s8N+UR">9gs+13$s+13es5X+Zq"pHZTB?.Rq>6Q[O8o4[M>N_%s8/2aR/33NTC`*ZR/iTNR/iEf)GaGqj@MQs7uP[!1Vqj@GFmf*:_qj@GFqu6Zks-WkSJcCUqj@JWH2F!0TCi-`p\L9XM>N\@O7iMQq>6Q[QiI*^R/h`frr@?AR0'#\p\LN_?s8/2aR-stSM>N_?rr@oQRK!6`R/il@rrDllR/i<9rrDllR/i;!s+13$s+13$s0r$grrDllR/i<1rr@oQRK!6`R/iW9rrDikR/rq:qj@GOo`"oJqj@JPq>6Q[O7iMQH2F!0TE"okM>N\@T@a)Cq"gB[O8o"OR/iWbAQiI'cq"pHZJ*$\1M>N_.rrDll 62 celery water infusion extract was the xanthine oxidase enzyme (Sigma Aldrich) and the substrate used was xanthine (Sigma Aldrich). /Type /Font %Charwidth values from HPLJ4000 HELVE 100 normal /Subtype /Type1 12 0 obj endobj %FORMARCHIV=( ) The inhibition of XO by allopurinol is showed in Figure 1. /Resources Schardinger [14] is a partially purified XO and found that reduced activity of the enzyme is not only a consequence of the removal of fat from milk, but also to reduce the concentration of the enzyme on the surface due to the absorption of fat molecules. 1000 0 500 220 220 1000 390 390 220 555 630 335 220 390 405 555 1000 1000 1000 520 740 740 740 740 740 740 980 705 575 575 575 575 280 280 280 280 720 720 760 760 760 760 760 1000 760 720 720 720 720 685 595 610 535 535 535 535 535 535 850 535 535 535 <3330353020537072756365205374726565742C205361696E74204C6F7569732C204D4F2036333130332C20555341>Tj ET 0 g BT 423.70 688.90 Td <576562736974653A20207777772E7369676D61616C64726963682E636F6D>Tj ET 0 g BT 415.00 676.90 Td 0000028093 00000 n /ProcSet Reagents used were 44 µL of xanthine oxidase assay buffer, 2 µL xanthine substrate solution and … It is also known to be a biological source of reactive oxygen species. The incubation period is made ​​by various authors from 15 to 30 min. endobj 14.15 380.45 Td <53706563696669636174696F6E3A205052442E302E5A51352E3130303030303431353830>Tj ET /F002 8.00 Tf 1.80 Tw 0 g BT 14.15 81.55 Td A structure-activity study,”, R. Hirano, W. Sasamoto, A. Matsumoto, H. Itakura, O. Igarashi, and K. Kondo, “Antioxidant ability of various flavonoids against DPPH radicals and LDL oxidation,”, N. Cotelle, J.-L. Bernier, J.-P. Catteau, J. Pommery, J.-C. Wallet, and E. M. Gaydou, “Antioxidant properties of hydroxy-flavones,”, F. Schardinger, “Ueber das Verhalten der Kuhmilchgegen Methylenblau und seine Verwendungzur Unterscheidung von ungekochterund gekochter Milch,”, E. J. Morgan, C. P. Stewart, and F. G. Hopkins, “On the anaerobic and aerobic oxidation of xanthin and hypoxanthin by tissues and by milk,”, P. Hass and T. G. Hill, “Observations on certain reducing and oxidizing reactions in milk,”, P. Hass and B. Lee, “Further observations on certain reducing and oxidizing reactions in milk,”, V. H. Booth, “The specificity of xanthine oxidase,”, M. Umamaheswari, K. AsokKumar, A. Somasundaram, T. Sivashanmugam, V. Subhadradevi, and T. K. Ravi, “Xanthine oxidase inhibitory activity of some Indian medical plants,”, K.-W. Lin, Y.-T. Chen, S.-C. Yang, B.-L. Wei, C.-F. Hung, and C.-N. Lin, “Xanthine oxidase inhibitory lanostanoids from, T. P. Dew, A. J. In vitro bioassays are used to examine test material for XO inhibition, as inhibitors of XO may be potentially useful for the treatment of gout or other XO induced diseases. >> The authors declare that there is no conflict of interests regarding the publication of this paper. /Widths 0000028117 00000 n !SI#Df)YOEgBRuIf@]]HpY,Z*!9F13!SI#Df)ah#s47>@f])h\!T`GDf*(^"i!8HEf)aOqqptoCfDts(!:p0A"T.'6#O;"T.'6#O;3"s478Vo)I;Bf^o-p!E#P-L=#QNQZkPWp5nCZ\!f)bX"s54(Arn? !;H>X!WS#RRJ$R[M>N\@R/[*cq>-N2s8&,`J,]HJM>N\@TCr3aH2O'1R-ahQq"pHZTC2^ZH2O'1R/d0dq"pHZJ+!@6R/iWRs8/2aR/d0dq>6Q[O6-BAM>N_.rr@oQR=YBhs+13$s+13Ys5X+ZM>N_&s8/2aR/d0dq"pHZTB6(Qq>6Q\O8/R>!0?jR!/^T@!gs"EqjI-WqO%>5rr2unqO-"9! The inhibition of XO reduces both vascular oxidative stress and circulating levels of uric acid. Elevated concentrations of uric acid in the blood stream of human body lead to formation of gout, characterized by hyperuricemia and recurrent attacks of arthritis, so xanthine oxidase (XO) inhibitors may serve as therapeutic agents for hyperuricemia and/or gout. The molybdopterin (Mo-pt) domain of XOD is an important catalytic center, where xanthine oxidation occurs. These findings have opened the possibility of isolation of new natural compounds, which can be potent inhibitors of XO, and led to the growing interest in the investigation of medicinal plants. Isolation of XO, as the widespread enzymes among different species, involves the extraction of the enzyme from a wide range of materials (bacteria, milk, organs of different animals, etc.) These reactions can be written as follows [36] and on Scheme 1: Uric acid is breakdown product of ingested and endogenously synthesized purines. Determining the content and activities of XO can be used for diagnostic purposes. 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