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Chemistry - Organic Chemistry | A Novel Heme-Thiolate Peroxygenase AaeAPO and Its Implications for C-H Activation Chemistry

A Novel Heme-Thiolate Peroxygenase AaeAPO and Its Implications for C-H Activation Chemistry

Series: Springer Theses

Wang, Xiaoshi

2016, 171 p. 134 illus., 71 illus. in color.

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  • Nominated as an outstanding Ph.D. thesis by Princeton University, USA
  • Represents significant scientific advance in the field of heme-thiolate enzymes
  • Provides clear and colorful illustrations with original research data
  • Give complete and detailed enzymatic function studies and mechanistic frameworks
In this thesis, Xiaoshi Wang investigates the function and mechanism of a newly discovered heme-thiolate peroxygenase, AaeAPO. This enzyme class comes from Agrocybe aegerita and is used in the conversion of inert hydrocarbons to alcohols. Xiaoshi's work focuses on an extracellular P450 enzyme which is not limited in its stability and lack of solubility and therefore is relevant for widespread industrial use. The author demonstrates that the peroxygenase catalyzes a wide range of reactions. In some cases the author even describes very difficult transformations in molecules that are highly inert. Her detailed investigations provide a mechanistic framework for how the peroxygenase catalyzes such a large number of reactions. A major highlight of this thesis is the identification of key short-lived intermediates in the catalytic cycle of the peroxygenase, using rapid kinetic and spectroscopic methods, as well as the elucidation of the thermodynamic properties of these high-energy intermediates. This work adds new insight into an important class of enzymes. 

Content Level » Research

Keywords » APO - Biocatalysis - C-H Activation - Cytochrome P450 - Heme-thiolate - Mutagenesis - Oxygenation - Peroxygenase - Reaction Mechanism - Structure-Function Relationships

Related subjects » Catalysis - Organic Chemistry

Table of contents 

Hydrocarbon Oxygenation by Heme-Thiolate Enzymes.- Efficient and Selective Alkane Hydroxylation Reactions Catalyzed by the Fungal Peroxygenase AaeAPO.- Hydrocarbon Hydroxylations Catalyzed by AaeAPO: Evidence of Radical Intermediates and Kinetic Isotope Effects.- Detection and Kinetic Characterization of a Highly Reactive Heme-Thiolate Peroxygenase AaeAPO Compound I.- Driving Force for Oxygen Atom Transfer by Heme-Thiolate Enzymes.- Detection and Characterization of Heme-Thiolate Compound II from AaeAPO Peroxygenase.- Cloning and Expression of AaeAPO from Agrocybe Aegerita to E. coli, for Studies of Structure-Function Relationships by Site-Specific Mutagenesis.

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