Optimized oxidoreductases for medium and large scale industrial biotransformations
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[ 2014 ] Kalum L, Morant MD, Lund H, Jensen J, Lapainaite I, Soerensen NH, Pedersen S, Ostergaard LH, Xu F Enzymatic oxidation of 5-hydroxymethylfurfural and derivatives thereof. WO 2014015256 A2. International Patent Application
[ 2014 ] Kellner H, Luis P, Pecyna MJ, Barbi F, Kapturska D, Krüger D, Zak DR, Marmeisse R, Vandenbol M, Hofrichter M Widespread Occurrence of Expressed Fungal Secretory Peroxidases in Forest Soils PlosOne, 9
[ 2014 ] Levasseur A, Lomascolo A, Chabrol O, Ruiz-Dueñas FJ, [...] , Martínez AT, [...] , Record E The genome of the white-rot fungus Pycnoporus cinnabarinus: a basidiomycete model with a versatile arsenal for lignocellulosic biomass breakdown BMC Genomics, 15: 486
[ 2014 ] Linde D, Coscolín C, Liers C, Hofrichter M, Martínez AT, Ruiz-Dueñas FJ Heterologous expression and physicochemical characterization of a fungal dye-decolorizing peroxidase from Auricularia auricula-judae Protein Expr. Purif., 103: 28-37
[ 2014 ] Macellaro G, Baratto MC, Piscitelli A, Pezzella C, Fabrizi de Biani F, Palmese A, Piumi F, Record E, Basosi R, Sannia G Effective mutations in a high redox potential laccase from Pleurotus ostreatus Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol., doi: 10.1007/s00253-013-5491-8
[ 2014 ] Macellaro G, Pezzella C, Cicatiello P, Sannia G, Piscitelli A Fungal Laccases Degradation of Endocrine Disrupting Compounds BioMed Research International, doi: 10.1155/2014/614038
Stepwise Hydrogen Atom and Proton Transfers in Dioxygen Reduction by Aryl-Alcohol Oxidase
Carro J, Ferreira P, Martínez AT, Gadda G
Biochemistry, doi: 10.1021/acs.biochem.8b00106

The mechanism of dioxygen reduction by the flavoenzyme aryl-alcohol oxidase was investigated with kinetic isotope, viscosity, and pL (pH/pD) effects in rapid kinetics experiments by stopped-flow spectrophotometry of the oxidative half-reaction of the enzyme. Double mixing of the enzyme in a stopped-flow spectrophotometer with [α-2H2]-p-methoxybenzyl alcohol and oxygen at varying aging times established a slow rate constant of 0.0023 s−1 for the wash-out of the D atom from the N5 atom of the reduced flavin. Thus, the deuterated substrate could be used to probe the cleavage of the N−H bond of the reduced flavin in the oxidative half-reaction. A significant and pH-independent substrate kinetic isotope effect (KIE) of 1.5 between pH 5.0 and 8.0 demonstrated that H transfer is partially limiting the oxidative half-reaction of the enzyme; a negligible solvent KIE of 1.0 between pD 5.0 and 8.0 proved a fast H+ transfer reaction that does not contribute to determining the flavin oxidation rates. Thus, a mechanism for dioxygen reduction in which the H atom originating from the reduced flavin and a H+ from a solvent exchangeable site are transferred in separate kinetic steps is proposed. The spectroscopic and kinetic data resented also showed a lack of stabilization of transient flavin intermediates. The substantial differences in the mechanistic details of O2 reduction by aryl-alcohol oxidase with respect to other alcohol oxidases like choline oxidase, pyranose 2-oxidase, and glucose oxidase further demonstrate the high level of versatility of the flavin cofactor in flavoenzymes. 

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