Der Mechanismus von dehydatisierenden Bimodulen in der trans ‐Acyltransferase‐Polketidbiosynthese: Eine Modellstudie am hepatoprotektiven HangtaimycinShow More
Abstract: A bioassay-guided fractionation led to the isolation of hangtaimycin (HTM) from Streptomyces spectabilis CCTCC M2017417 and the discovery of its hepatoprotective properties. Structure elucidation by NMR suggested the need for a structural revision. A putative HTM degradation product was also isolated and its structure was confirmed by total synthesis. The biosynthetic gene cluster was identified and resembles a hybrid trans-AT PKS/NRPS biosynthetic machinery whose first PKS enzyme contains an internal dehydrating bimodule, which is usually found split in other trans-AT PKSs. The mechanisms of such dehydrating bimodules have often been proposed, but have never been deeply investigated. Here we present in vivo mutations and in vitro enzymatic experiments that give first and detailed mechanistic insights into catalysis by dehydrating bimodules.
Keywords: Natural products / biosynthesis / polyketide synthases / dehydrating bimodules / trans-acyltransferase
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