Detection of a new chloroperoxidase in Pseudomonas pyrrocinia

FEBS Letters
W WiesnerF Lingens

Abstract

A new chloroperoxidase could be detected in Pseudomonas pyrrocinia ATCC 15,958, a bacterium that produces the antifungal antibiotic pyrrolnitrin. This enzyme was separated from a ferriprotoporphyrin IX containing bromoperoxidase which was also produced by this bacterium. The enzyme is capable of catalyzing the chorination of indole to 7-chloroindole. This procaryotic chloroperoxidase requires the presence of H2O2 and can also brominate monochlorodimedone, but cannot catalyze its chlorination. This enzyme is the first chloroperoxidase described from procaryotic sources.

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