标题:Water-Dependent Reaction Pathways: An Essential Factor for the Catalysis in HEPD Enzyme
作者:Likai Du;Jun Gao;Yongjun Liu
作者机构:[Du, L] Key Laboratory of Colloid and Interface Chemistry, Ministry of Education, Shandong University, Jinan 250100, China;[ Gao, J] Key Laboratory of 更多
通讯作者:Gao, J
通讯作者地址:[Gao, J]Shandong Univ, Sch Chem & Chem Engn, Inst Theoret Chem, Key Lab Colloid & Interface Chem,Minist Educ, Jinan 250100, Peoples R China.
来源:The journal of physical chemistry, B. Condensed matter, materials, surfaces, interfaces & biophysical
出版年:2012
卷:116
期:39
页码:11837-11844
DOI:10.1021/jp305454m
摘要:The hydroxyethylphosphonate dioxygenase (HEPD) catalyzes the critical carbon-carbon bond cleavage step in the phosphinothricin (PT) biosynthetic pathway. The experimental research suggests that water molecules play an important role in the catalytic reaction process of HEPD. This work proposes a water involved reaction mechanism where water molecules serve as an oxygen source in the generation of mononuclear nonheme iron oxo complexes. These molecules can take part in the catalytic cycle before the carbon-carbon bond cleavage process. The properties of trapped water molecules are also discussed. Meanwhile, water molecules seem to be responsible for converting the reactive hydroxyl radical group (~-OH) to the ferric hydroxide (Fe(III)-OH) in a specific way. This converting reaction may prevent the enzyme from damages caused by the hydroxyl radical groups. So, water molecules may serve as biological catalysts just like the work in the heme enzyme P450 StaP. This work could provide a better interpretation on how the intermediates interact with water molecules and a further understanding on the O~(18)label experimental evidence in which only a relatively smaller ratio of oxygen atoms in water molecules (~40%) are incorporated into the final product HMP.
收录类别:EI;SCOPUS;SCIE
WOS核心被引频次:13
Scopus被引频次:13
资源类型:期刊论文
原文链接:https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?eid=2-s2.0-84867073827&doi=10.1021%2fjp305454m&partnerID=40&md5=f06c5cf7e39f664bae3d2042a414c73d
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