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One of the first glycosidase ABPP probe designs was adapted from a previously introduced latent quinone methide reactive group used for tyrosine phosphatases (Sect. 5). B. A. Sieber HO OH OH CO2Na O AcHN H CHF2 Sialidase O F H F F O – O HO N Tag H N Tag H N Tag H o-quinone methide HO OH OH CO2Na O AcHN OH HO Scheme 9 Activation of glycosidase ABPP probe by cleavage of sialic acid cleavage HO O H N3 O HO O LG HO O HO O O O HO F O O HO F O HO N3 OH H F – H O LG O– O N3 – O O Scheme 10 Trapping of fluoroglycosyl-enzyme intermediate for ABPP cleavage, the probe undergoes 1,6-elimination to form an electrophilic o-quinone methide (Scheme 9).
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Activity-based protein profiling by Matthew B. Nodwell, Stephan A. Sieber (auth.), Stephan A. Sieber (eds.)