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LLDH-RO

Roche

L-Lactate Dehydrogenase (L-LDH)

Synonym(s):
L-LDH, L-Lactate Dehydrogenase, l-lactate
Enzyme Commission number:

form

suspension

Quality Level

specific activity

~550 units/mg protein (at 25 °C (1,100 U/mg at 37 °C) with pyruvate as the substrate.)

packaging

pkg of 10 mL (10127884001 [100 mg])
pkg of 2 mL (10127230001 [10 mg])
pkg of 5 mL (10127876001 [25 mg])

manufacturer/tradename

Roche

shipped in

wet ice

storage temp.

2-8°C

General description

L-lactate:NAD+ oxidoreductase.
L-lactate dehydrogenase catalyzes the reversible reduction of pyruvate to L-lactate.[1]

Specificity

L()-Lactate dehydrogenase (LDH) is specific for L()-lactate (relative rate = 100). It does not react with D(-)-lactate.LDH will also slowly oxidize glyoxylate (oxoacetate), glycerate and 3-halogen derivatives of L-lactate (rate with each, ≤ 1); 3-phosphoglycerate does not react.LDH will reduce pyruvate (2-oxopropanate; relative rate = 100) and other 2-oxoacids (e.g., 2-oxobutyrate), with rates decreasing rapidly with increasing chain length of the acid. Heart LDH reacts with 2-oxobutyrate at a greater rate than does skeletal muscle LDH.LDH will also oxidize 2,4-diketoacids (relative rate = 10). The enzyme is realtively specific for NAD(H) (relative rate = 100); NADP(H) is utilized much less efficiently (relative rate < 1). Representative Kms for (hog) skeletal muscle LDH (pH 7.5) are lactate, 8.3 mM; pyruvate, 0.12 mM; NAD, 0.10 mM; NADH, 0.012 mM.Representative Kms for (pig) heart LDH (pH 7.5) are lactate, 3.3 mM; pyruvate, 0.15 mM; NAD, 0.07 mM;NADH, 0.011 mM. In general, the concentration of pyruvate (reduction reaction) or of L-lactate (oxidation reaction) necessary to obtain a maximal rate with LDH is lower for preparations from heart tissue than for the preparations from skeletal muscle.

Application

Reduction of α-ketoacids to α-hydroxycarboxylic acids, or reverse reaction.[2][3]

Sequence

LDH is a tetramer (MW = approx. 140,000 D, rabbit muscle or pig heart LDH). In mammals, there are two types of LDH subunits, M and H, with similar molecular weight (subunit MW ≈ 36,500 D) but differing amino acid composition.
Therefore, 5 electrophoretically distinguishable LDH isoenzymes, LDH-1 through LDH-5, of differing subunit composition, are found in mammals.
The molecular weight of all LDH isoenzymes is approximately the same.
– LDH-1 (H4), LDH-2 (H3M): predominant components of heart LDH
– LDH-3 (H2M2): principal component of LDH from lymphatic tissue
– LDH-4 (HM3), LDH-5 (M4): predominate in skeletal muscle or liver LDH

Note: The M subunit of LDH used to be designated the A subunit; the H subunit was the B subunit. Under the old designation, LDH-1 isoenzyme was LDH-B4.

Unit Definition

One unit (U) lactate dehydrogenase will reduce 1 mol of pyruvate to L-lactate in 1 minute at +25 °C and pH 7.0.
Note: For preparations H and I, the activity is defined at +30 °C, pH 7.8. The above assay consumes 1 mol of NADH per mol of pyruvate reduced.

Unit Conversion: For the reduction reaction, pyruvate as substrate:
1 U (+25 °C) 1.5 U (+37 °C) [hog muscle LDH in glycerol].
1 U (+25 °C) 1.8 U (+37 °C) [hog muscle LDH in amm onium sulfate].
1 U (+25 °C) 1.1 U (+30 °C) 2.0 U (+37 °C) [rabbit muscle LDH].
1 U (+25 °C) 1.4 U(+30 °C) 2.5 U (+37 °C) [pig heart LDH].
1 U (+25 °C) 2.5 U (+37 °C) [beef heart LDH].

Physical form

Suspension in 3.2 M ammonium sulfate solution, pH approximately 7

Preparation Note

Activator: 2-amino-2-methyl-1-propanol, diethanolamine, fluoride and heparin (oxidation reaction). Sodium sulfite (Na2SO3) will protect the enzyme from the effects of thiol-attacking reagents. Mercaptans can reverse the inhibitory effects of thiol-attacking reagents.

Analysis Note

Absorbance:The purified enzyme from beef heart has an absorbance of 14.9 (10 mg/ml, 280 nm).

Other Notes

For life science research only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

Storage Class Code

12 - Non Combustible Liquids

WGK

WGK 1

Flash Point(F)

does not flash

Flash Point(C)

does not flash

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