Two Structurally Different Dienelactone Hydrolases TfdEI and TfdEII from Cupriavidus necator JMP134 Plasmid pJP4 Catalyse Cis- and Trans-Dienelactones with Similar EfficiencyReportar como inadecuado




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In this study, dienelactone hydrolases TfdEI and TfdEII located on plasmid pJP4 of Cupriavidus necator JMP134 were cloned, purified, characterized and three dimensional structures were predicted. tfdEI and tfdEII genes were cloned into pET21b vector and expressed in E. coli BL21DE3. The enzymes were purified by applying ultra-membrane filtration, anion-exchange QFF and gel-filtration columns. The enzyme activity was determined by using cis-dienelactone. The three-dimensional structure of enzymes was predicted using SWISS-MODEL workspace and the biophysical properties were determined on ExPASy server. Both TfdEI and TfdEII Mr 25 kDa exhibited optimum activity at 37°C and pH 7.0. The enzymes retained approximately 50% of their activity after 1 h of incubation at 50°C and showed high stability against denaturing agents. The TfdEI and TfdEII hydrolysed cis-dienelactone at a rate of 0.258 and 0.182 µMs−1, with a Km value of 87 µM and 305 µM, respectively. Also, TfdEI and TfdEII hydrolysed trans-dienelactone at a rate of 0.053 µMs−1 and 0.0766 µMs−1, with a Km value of 84 µM and 178 µM, respectively. The TfdEI and TfdEII kcat-Km ratios were 0.12 µM−1s−1and 0.13 µM−1s−1 and 0.216 µM−1s−1 and 0.094 µM−1s−1 for for cis- and trans-dienelactone, respectively. The kcat-Km ratios for cis-dienelactone show that both enzymes catalyse the reaction with same efficiency even though Km value differs significantly. This is the first report to characterize and compare reaction kinetics of purified TfdEI and TfdEII from Cupriavidus necator JMP134 and may be helpful for further exploration of their catalytic mechanisms.



Autor: Ajit Kumar, Balakrishna Pillay, Ademola O. Olaniran

Fuente: http://plos.srce.hr/



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