Amylosucrase, a glucan-synthesizing enzyme from the alpha-amylase family

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Amylosucrase, a glucan-synthesizing enzyme from the alpha-amylase family. / Skov, L K; Mirza, Osman Asghar; Henriksen, A; De Montalk, G P; Remaud-Simeon, M; Sarçabal, P; Willemot, R M; Monsan, P; Gajhede, M.

I: Journal of Biological Chemistry, Bind 276, Nr. 27, 06.07.2001, s. 25273-8.

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Skov, LK, Mirza, OA, Henriksen, A, De Montalk, GP, Remaud-Simeon, M, Sarçabal, P, Willemot, RM, Monsan, P & Gajhede, M 2001, 'Amylosucrase, a glucan-synthesizing enzyme from the alpha-amylase family' Journal of Biological Chemistry, bind 276, nr. 27, s. 25273-8. https://doi.org/10.1074/jbc.M010998200

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Skov, L. K., Mirza, O. A., Henriksen, A., De Montalk, G. P., Remaud-Simeon, M., Sarçabal, P., ... Gajhede, M. (2001). Amylosucrase, a glucan-synthesizing enzyme from the alpha-amylase family. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 276(27), 25273-8. https://doi.org/10.1074/jbc.M010998200

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Skov LK, Mirza OA, Henriksen A, De Montalk GP, Remaud-Simeon M, Sarçabal P o.a. Amylosucrase, a glucan-synthesizing enzyme from the alpha-amylase family. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 2001 jul 6;276(27):25273-8. https://doi.org/10.1074/jbc.M010998200

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Skov, L K ; Mirza, Osman Asghar ; Henriksen, A ; De Montalk, G P ; Remaud-Simeon, M ; Sarçabal, P ; Willemot, R M ; Monsan, P ; Gajhede, M. / Amylosucrase, a glucan-synthesizing enzyme from the alpha-amylase family. I: Journal of Biological Chemistry. 2001 ; Bind 276, Nr. 27. s. 25273-8.

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abstract = "Amylosucrase (E.C. 2.4.1.4) is a member of Family 13 of the glycoside hydrolases (the alpha-amylases), although its biological function is the synthesis of amylose-like polymers from sucrose. The structure of amylosucrase from Neisseria polysaccharea is divided into five domains: an all helical N-terminal domain that is not similar to any known fold, a (beta/alpha)(8)-barrel A-domain, B- and B'-domains displaying alpha/beta-structure, and a C-terminal eight-stranded beta-sheet domain. In contrast to other Family 13 hydrolases that have the active site in the bottom of a large cleft, the active site of amylosucrase is at the bottom of a pocket at the molecular surface. A substrate binding site resembling the amylase 2 subsite is not found in amylosucrase. The site is blocked by a salt bridge between residues in the second and eight loops of the (beta/alpha)(8)-barrel. The result is an exo-acting enzyme. Loop 7 in the amylosucrase barrel is prolonged compared with the loop structure found in other hydrolases, and this insertion (forming domain B') is suggested to be important for the polymer synthase activity of the enzyme. The topology of the B'-domain creates an active site entrance with several ravines in the molecular surface that could be used specifically by the substrates/products (sucrose, glucan polymer, and fructose) that have to get in and out of the active site pocket.",
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T1 - Amylosucrase, a glucan-synthesizing enzyme from the alpha-amylase family

AU - Skov, L K

AU - Mirza, Osman Asghar

AU - Henriksen, A

AU - De Montalk, G P

AU - Remaud-Simeon, M

AU - Sarçabal, P

AU - Willemot, R M

AU - Monsan, P

AU - Gajhede, M

PY - 2001/7/6

Y1 - 2001/7/6

N2 - Amylosucrase (E.C. 2.4.1.4) is a member of Family 13 of the glycoside hydrolases (the alpha-amylases), although its biological function is the synthesis of amylose-like polymers from sucrose. The structure of amylosucrase from Neisseria polysaccharea is divided into five domains: an all helical N-terminal domain that is not similar to any known fold, a (beta/alpha)(8)-barrel A-domain, B- and B'-domains displaying alpha/beta-structure, and a C-terminal eight-stranded beta-sheet domain. In contrast to other Family 13 hydrolases that have the active site in the bottom of a large cleft, the active site of amylosucrase is at the bottom of a pocket at the molecular surface. A substrate binding site resembling the amylase 2 subsite is not found in amylosucrase. The site is blocked by a salt bridge between residues in the second and eight loops of the (beta/alpha)(8)-barrel. The result is an exo-acting enzyme. Loop 7 in the amylosucrase barrel is prolonged compared with the loop structure found in other hydrolases, and this insertion (forming domain B') is suggested to be important for the polymer synthase activity of the enzyme. The topology of the B'-domain creates an active site entrance with several ravines in the molecular surface that could be used specifically by the substrates/products (sucrose, glucan polymer, and fructose) that have to get in and out of the active site pocket.

AB - Amylosucrase (E.C. 2.4.1.4) is a member of Family 13 of the glycoside hydrolases (the alpha-amylases), although its biological function is the synthesis of amylose-like polymers from sucrose. The structure of amylosucrase from Neisseria polysaccharea is divided into five domains: an all helical N-terminal domain that is not similar to any known fold, a (beta/alpha)(8)-barrel A-domain, B- and B'-domains displaying alpha/beta-structure, and a C-terminal eight-stranded beta-sheet domain. In contrast to other Family 13 hydrolases that have the active site in the bottom of a large cleft, the active site of amylosucrase is at the bottom of a pocket at the molecular surface. A substrate binding site resembling the amylase 2 subsite is not found in amylosucrase. The site is blocked by a salt bridge between residues in the second and eight loops of the (beta/alpha)(8)-barrel. The result is an exo-acting enzyme. Loop 7 in the amylosucrase barrel is prolonged compared with the loop structure found in other hydrolases, and this insertion (forming domain B') is suggested to be important for the polymer synthase activity of the enzyme. The topology of the B'-domain creates an active site entrance with several ravines in the molecular surface that could be used specifically by the substrates/products (sucrose, glucan polymer, and fructose) that have to get in and out of the active site pocket.

KW - Amino Acid Sequence

KW - Binding Sites

KW - Glucosyltransferases

KW - Models, Chemical

KW - Models, Molecular

KW - Molecular Sequence Data

KW - Protein Folding

KW - alpha-Amylases

U2 - 10.1074/jbc.M010998200

DO - 10.1074/jbc.M010998200

M3 - Journal article

VL - 276

SP - 25273

EP - 25278

JO - Journal of Biological Chemistry

JF - Journal of Biological Chemistry

SN - 0021-9258

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ER -

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