Effect of Metal Ions on the Activity of Ten NAD-Dependent Formate Dehydrogenases.

The Protein Journal
Huri BulutBarış Binay

Abstract

NAD-dependent formate dehydrogenase (FDH) enzymes are frequently used in industrial and scientific applications. FDH is a reversible enzyme that reduces the NAD molecule to NADH and produces CO2 by oxidation of the formate ion, whereas it causes CO2 reduction in the reverse reaction. Some transition metal elements - Fe3+, Mo6+ and W6 + - can be found in the FDH structure of anaerobic and archaeal microorganisms, and these enzymes require cations and other redox-active cofactors for their FDH activity. While NAD-dependent FDHs do not necessarily require any metal cations, the presence of various metal cations can still affect FDH activities. To study the effect of 11 different metal ions, NAD-dependent FDH enzymes from ten different microorganisms were tested: Ancylobacter aquaticus (AaFDH), Candida boidinii (CboFDH), Candida methylica (CmFDH), Ceriporiopsis subvermispora (CsFDH), Chaetomium thermophilum (CtFDH), Moraxella sp. (MsFDH), Myceliophthora thermophila (MtFDH), Paracoccus sp. (PsFDH), Saccharomyces cerevisiae (ScFDH) and Thiobacillus sp. (TsFDH). It was found that metal ions (mainly Cu2+ and Zn2+) could have quite strong inhibition effects on several enzymes in the forward reaction, whereas several cations (Li+, Mg2+, ...Continue Reading

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