Calculation of the Geometries and Infrared Spectra of the Stacked Cofactor Flavin Adenine Dinucleotide (FAD) as the Prerequisite for Studies of Light-Triggered Proton and Electron Transfer

Kieninger M, Ventura ON, Kottke T (2020)
Biomolecules 10(4): 573.

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Kieninger, Martina; Ventura, Oscar N.; Kottke, TilmanUniBi
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Flavin cofactors, like flavin adenine dinucleotide (FAD), are important electron shuttles in living systems. They catalyze a wide range of one- or two-electron redox reactions. Experimental investigations include UV-vis as well as infrared spectroscopy. FAD in aqueous solution exhibits a significantly shorter excited state lifetime than its analog, the flavin mononucleotide. This finding is explained by the presence of a “stacked” FAD conformation, in which isoalloxazine and adenine moieties form a π-complex. Stacking of the isoalloxazine and adenine rings should have an influence on the frequency of the vibrational modes. Density functional theory (DFT) studies of the closed form of FAD in microsolvation (explicit water) were used to reproduce the experimental infrared spectra, substantiating the prevalence of the stacked geometry of FAD in aqueous surroundings. It could be shown that the existence of the closed structure in FAD can be narrowed down to the presence of only a single water molecule between the third hydroxyl group (of the ribityl chain) and the N7 in the adenine ring of FAD.
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stacked flavin adenine dinucleotide (FAD) in microsolvation; vibrational spectra; supramolecular orbitals
Erscheinungsjahr
2020
Zeitschriftentitel
Biomolecules
Band
10
Ausgabe
4
Art.-Nr.
573
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2218-273X
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2942465

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Kieninger M, Ventura ON, Kottke T. Calculation of the Geometries and Infrared Spectra of the Stacked Cofactor Flavin Adenine Dinucleotide (FAD) as the Prerequisite for Studies of Light-Triggered Proton and Electron Transfer. Biomolecules. 2020;10(4): 573.
Kieninger, M., Ventura, O. N., & Kottke, T. (2020). Calculation of the Geometries and Infrared Spectra of the Stacked Cofactor Flavin Adenine Dinucleotide (FAD) as the Prerequisite for Studies of Light-Triggered Proton and Electron Transfer. Biomolecules, 10(4), 573. doi:10.3390/biom10040573
Kieninger, M., Ventura, O. N., and Kottke, T. (2020). Calculation of the Geometries and Infrared Spectra of the Stacked Cofactor Flavin Adenine Dinucleotide (FAD) as the Prerequisite for Studies of Light-Triggered Proton and Electron Transfer. Biomolecules 10:573.
Kieninger, M., Ventura, O.N., & Kottke, T., 2020. Calculation of the Geometries and Infrared Spectra of the Stacked Cofactor Flavin Adenine Dinucleotide (FAD) as the Prerequisite for Studies of Light-Triggered Proton and Electron Transfer. Biomolecules, 10(4): 573.
M. Kieninger, O.N. Ventura, and T. Kottke, “Calculation of the Geometries and Infrared Spectra of the Stacked Cofactor Flavin Adenine Dinucleotide (FAD) as the Prerequisite for Studies of Light-Triggered Proton and Electron Transfer”, Biomolecules, vol. 10, 2020, : 573.
Kieninger, M., Ventura, O.N., Kottke, T.: Calculation of the Geometries and Infrared Spectra of the Stacked Cofactor Flavin Adenine Dinucleotide (FAD) as the Prerequisite for Studies of Light-Triggered Proton and Electron Transfer. Biomolecules. 10, : 573 (2020).
Kieninger, Martina, Ventura, Oscar N., and Kottke, Tilman. “Calculation of the Geometries and Infrared Spectra of the Stacked Cofactor Flavin Adenine Dinucleotide (FAD) as the Prerequisite for Studies of Light-Triggered Proton and Electron Transfer”. Biomolecules 10.4 (2020): 573.
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