A Synthetic Reaction Cascade Implemented by Colocalization of Two Proteins within Catalytically Active Inclusion Bodies

Jaeger VD, Lamm R, Kloss R, Kaganovitch E, Grünberger A, Pohl M, Buechs J, Jaeger K-E, Krauss U (2018)
ACS SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY 7(9): 2282-2295.

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In nature, enzymatic reaction cascades, i.e., realized in metabolic networks, operate with unprecedented efficacy, with the reactions often being spatially and temporally orchestrated. The principle of "learning from nature" has in recent years inspired the setup of synthetic reaction cascades combining biocatalytic reaction steps to artificial cascades. Hereby, the spatial organization of multiple enzymes, e.g., by coimmobilization, remains a challenging task, as currently no generic principles are available that work for every enzyme. We here present a tunable, genetically programmed coimmobilization strategy that relies on the fusion of a coiled-coil domain as aggregation inducing-tag, resulting in the formation of catalytically active inclusion body coimmobilizates (Co-CatIBs). Coexpression and coimmobilization was proven using two fluorescent proteins, and the strategy was subsequently extended to two enzymes, which enabled the realization of an integrated enzymatic two-step cascade for the production of (1R,2R)-1-phenylpropane-1,2-diol (PPD), a precursor of the calicum channel blocker diltiazem. In particular, the easy production and preparation of Co-CatIBs, readily yielding a biologically produced enzyme immobilizate renders the here presented strategy an interesting alternative to existing cascade immobilization techniques.
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ACS SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY
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Jaeger VD, Lamm R, Kloss R, et al. A Synthetic Reaction Cascade Implemented by Colocalization of Two Proteins within Catalytically Active Inclusion Bodies. ACS SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY. 2018;7(9):2282-2295.
Jaeger, V. D., Lamm, R., Kloss, R., Kaganovitch, E., Grünberger, A., Pohl, M., Buechs, J., et al. (2018). A Synthetic Reaction Cascade Implemented by Colocalization of Two Proteins within Catalytically Active Inclusion Bodies. ACS SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY, 7(9), 2282-2295. doi:10.1021/acssynbio.8b00274
Jaeger, V. D., Lamm, R., Kloss, R., Kaganovitch, E., Grünberger, A., Pohl, M., Buechs, J., Jaeger, K. - E., and Krauss, U. (2018). A Synthetic Reaction Cascade Implemented by Colocalization of Two Proteins within Catalytically Active Inclusion Bodies. ACS SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY 7, 2282-2295.
Jaeger, V.D., et al., 2018. A Synthetic Reaction Cascade Implemented by Colocalization of Two Proteins within Catalytically Active Inclusion Bodies. ACS SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY, 7(9), p 2282-2295.
V.D. Jaeger, et al., “A Synthetic Reaction Cascade Implemented by Colocalization of Two Proteins within Catalytically Active Inclusion Bodies”, ACS SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY, vol. 7, 2018, pp. 2282-2295.
Jaeger, V.D., Lamm, R., Kloss, R., Kaganovitch, E., Grünberger, A., Pohl, M., Buechs, J., Jaeger, K.-E., Krauss, U.: A Synthetic Reaction Cascade Implemented by Colocalization of Two Proteins within Catalytically Active Inclusion Bodies. ACS SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY. 7, 2282-2295 (2018).
Jaeger, Vera D., Lamm, Robin, Kloss, Ramona, Kaganovitch, Eugen, Grünberger, Alexander, Pohl, Martina, Buechs, Jochen, Jaeger, Karl-Erich, and Krauss, Ulrich. “A Synthetic Reaction Cascade Implemented by Colocalization of Two Proteins within Catalytically Active Inclusion Bodies”. ACS SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY 7.9 (2018): 2282-2295.

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Tailoring the properties of (catalytically)-active inclusion bodies.
Jäger VD, Kloss R, Grünberger A, Seide S, Hahn D, Karmainski T, Piqueray M, Embruch J, Longerich S, Mackfeld U, Jaeger KE, Wiechert W, Pohl M, Krauss U., Microb Cell Fact 18(1), 2019
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