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Structural rearrangements of a polyketide synthase module during its catalytic cycle

The polyketide synthase (PKS) mega-enzyme assembly line uses a modular architecture to synthesize diverse and bioactive natural products that often constitute the core structures or complete chemical entities for many clinically approved therapeutic agents. The architecture of a full-length PKS modu... Full description

Journal Title: Nature 2014, Vol.510(7506), p.560
Main Author: Jonathan R. Whicher
Other Authors: Somnath Dutta , Douglas A. Hansen , Wendi A. Hale , Joseph A. Chemler , Annie M. Dosey , Alison R. H. Narayan , Kristina Håkansson , David H. Sherman , Janet L. Smith , Georgios Skiniotis
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title: Structural rearrangements of a polyketide synthase module during its catalytic cycle
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  • Jonathan R. Whicher
  • Somnath Dutta
  • Douglas A. Hansen
  • Wendi A. Hale
  • Joseph A. Chemler
  • Annie M. Dosey
  • Alison R. H. Narayan
  • Kristina Håkansson
  • David H. Sherman
  • Janet L. Smith
  • Georgios Skiniotis
subjects:
  • Reaktionskammer
  • Aktives Zentrum
  • Elektron
  • Protein
  • Flüssigkeitschromatographie
  • Nachwachsender Rohstoff
  • Synthase
  • Zyklotron
  • Streptomyzeten
  • Massenspektrometrie
  • Proteinstruktur
  • Sciences (General)
  • Physics
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description: The polyketide synthase (PKS) mega-enzyme assembly line uses a modular architecture to synthesize diverse and bioactive natural products that often constitute the core structures or complete chemical entities for many clinically approved therapeutic agents. The architecture of a full-length PKS module from the pikromycin pathway of Streptomyces venezuelae creates a reaction chamber for the intra-module acyl carrier protein (ACP) domain that carries building blocks and intermediates between acyltransferase, ketosynthase and ketoreductase active sites (see accompanying paper 2). Here we determine electron cryo-microscopy structures of a full-length pikromycin PKS module in three key biochemical states of its catalytic cycle. Each biochemical state was confirmed by bottom-up liquid chromatography/ Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry. The ACP domain is differentially and precisely positioned after polyketide chain substrate loading on the active site of the ketosynthase, after extension to the β-keto intermediate, and after β-hydroxy product generation. The structures reveal the ACP dynamics for sequential interactions with catalytic domains within the reaction chamber, and for transferring the elongated and processed polyketide substrate to the next module in the PKS pathway. During the enzymatic cycle the ketoreductase domain undergoes dramatic conformational rearrangements that enable optimal positioning for reductive processing of the ACP-bound polyketide chain elongation intermediate. These findings have crucial implications for the design of functional PKS modules, and for the engineering of pathways to generate pharmacologically relevant molecules.
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