Jacking off chat rooms - Updating the sequence based classification of glycosyl hydrolases

Prices in € represent the retail prices valid in Germany (unless otherwise indicated). Prices do not include postage and handling if applicable. Based on sequence alignment of selected Cl− dependent and independent glycoside hydrolase family 13 enzymes, two invariant residues (Arg201 and Asn347) and one tyrosine (Tyr365) that might be responsible for the binding of Bacillus licheniformis trehalose-6-phosphate hydrolase (Bl Tre A) to chloride ion were identified.

In the gut they are found as glycosylphosphatidyl anchored enzymes on endothelial cells.

The enzyme lactase is required for degradation of the milk sugar lactose and is present at high levels in infants, but in most populations will decrease after weaning or during infancy, potentially leading to lactose intolerance in adulthood.

The remaining enzymes lost their hydrolase activity completely even in the presence of high salt.

With the exception of Y365A, all mutant enzymes did not have the ability to bind fluoride, chloride and nitrate anions.

-galactosidase involved in substrate catalysis, to construct a model of its active site, and to predict residues involved in substrate binding.

Amino acid sequences were retrieved from UNIPROT database.

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Structural analyses showed that the circular dichroism spectra of the mutant proteins were consistent with those of Bl Tre A.

However, wild-type and mutant enzymes displayed a slight difference in the profiles of intrinsic tryptophan fluorescence.

Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 294.

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