thiol ester

thi·ol es·ter

an ester formed from a carboxylic acid and a thiol (that is, RCO-SR'), for example, acetyl-coenzyme A.
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The reaction of LAM with proteases activates a unique internal [beta]-cysteinyl-[gamma]-glutamyl thiol ester bond, generating a reactive glutamyl residue and a free cysteinyl thiol.
2]-macroglobulin family are unique for the presence of an internal thiol ester bond, which in LAM links Cys-999 with Gln-1002 (Ikawi et al.
C]-iodoacetamide-reacted MA-LAM had the peptide sequence of the thiol ester domain, PTG-CGIQNMIK (3).
Main compounds of interest include, acids, alcohols, ketones, aldehydes, lactones, esters, sulphur, phenols, benzene compounds, terpenes, alkanes, alkenes, thiols, thiol esters, pyrazines, furans, amines and others.