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- Ca2+-inositol phosphate chelation mediates the substrate specificity of β-propeller phytase
- B C Oh; Myung Hee Kim; Bong Sik Yun; W C Choi; S C Park; S C Bae; Tae Kwang Oh
- Bibliographic Citation
- Biochemistry, vol. 45, no. 31, pp. 9531-9539
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- Inositol phosphates are recognized as having diverse and critical roles in biological systems. In this report, kinetic studies and TLC analysis indicate that β-propeller phytase is a special class of inositol phosphatase that preferentially recognizes a bidentate (P-Ca2+-P) formed between Ca2+ and two adjacent phosphate groups of its natural substrate phytate (InsP6). The specific recognition of a bidentate chelation enables the enzyme to sequentially hydrolyze one of the phosphate groups in a bidentate of Ca2+-InsP6 to yield a myo-inositol trisphosphate (InsP3) and three phosphates as the final products. A comparative analysis of 1H- and 13C NMR spectroscopy with the aid of 2D NMR confirms that the chemical structure of the final product is wyo-Ins(2,4,6)P3. The catalytic properties of the enzyme suggest a potential model for how the enzyme specifically recognizes its substrate Ca 2+-InsP6 and produces myo-Ins(2,4,6)-P3 from Ca2+-InsP6- These findings potentially provide evidence for a selective Ca2+-InsP6 chelation between Ca 2+ and two adjacent phosphate groups of inositol phosphates.
- Amer Chem Soc
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