Original Research ARTICLE
Characterization of a new cyclohexylamine oxidase from Acinetobacter sp. YT-02
- 1College of Biology and Pharmaceutical Engineering, Wuhan Polytechnic University, China
- 2Wuhan Institute Of Virology (CAS), China
Cyclohexylamine (CHAM) is widely used in various industries, but it is harmful to human beings and the environment. Acinetobacter sp. YT-02 can degrade CHAM via cyclohexanone as an intermediate. In this study, the cyclohexylamine oxidase (CHAO) gene from Acinetobacter sp. YT-02 was cloned. Amino acid sequence alignment indicated that CHAOYT-02 was 48% identical to its homolog from Brevibacterium oxydans IH-35A. The enzyme was expressed in Escherichia coli BL21 (DE3), and purified to apparent homogeneity by Ni-affinity chromatography. The purified enzyme was proposed to be a dimer of molecular mass of approximately 91 kDa. The enzyme exhibited its maximum activity at 50℃ and at pH 7.0. The enzyme was thermolabile as demonstrated by loss of its important percentage of activity after 30 min incubation at 50℃. Metal ions Mg2+, Co2+, and K+ had certain inhibitory effect on the enzyme activity. The kinetic parameters Km and Vmax were 0.252 ± 0.0180 mM and 4.30 ± 0.0833 M min−1, respectively. The biochemical properties, substrate specificities, and three-dimensional structures of CHAOYT-02 and CHAOIH-35 were compared.
Keywords: Cyclohexylamine oxidase, Acinetobacter sp. YT-02, Cyclohexylamine, Cyclohexanone, Biodegradation
Received: 26 Aug 2018;
Accepted: 06 Nov 2018.
Edited by:Mariusz Cycoń, Medical University of Silesia, Poland
Reviewed by:Jun-Jie Zhang, School of Medicine, Indiana University Bloomington, United States
Xinjiong Fan, Anhui Medical University, China
Chandradipa Ghosh, Vidyasagar University, India
Gabriela Briceño, Universidad de La Frontera, Chile
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* Correspondence: PhD. Da-zhong Yan, College of Biology and Pharmaceutical Engineering, Wuhan Polytechnic University, Wuhan, China, firstname.lastname@example.org