TY - JOUR. T1 - Differential enzymatic activity of common haplotypic versions of the human acidic mammalian chitinase protein. AU - Seibold, Max A.. AU - Reese, Tiffany A.. AU - Choudhry, Shweta. AU - Salam, Muhammad T.. AU - Beckman, Kenny. AU - Eng, Celeste. AU - Atakilit, Amha. AU - Meade, Kelley. AU - Lenoir, Michael. AU - Watson, H. Geoffrey. AU - Thyne, Shannon. AU - Kumar, Rajesh. AU - Weiss, Kevin B.. AU - Grammer, Leslie C.. AU - Avila, Pedro. AU - Schleimer, Robert P.. AU - Fahy, John V.. AU - Rodriguez-Santan, Jose. AU - Rodriguez-Cintron, William. AU - Boot, Rolf G.. AU - Sheppard, Dean. AU - Gilliland, Frank D.. AU - Locksley, Richard M.. AU - Burchard, Esteban G.. N1 - Copyright: Copyright 2009 Elsevier B.V., All rights reserved.. PY - 2009/7/17. Y1 - 2009/7/17. N2 - Mouse models have shown the importance of acidic mammalian chitinase activity in settings of chitin exposure and allergic inflammation. However, little is known regarding genetic regulation of AMCase enzymatic activity ...
The third chitinase gene (chiC) of Serratia marcescens 2170, specifying chitinases C1 and C2, was identified. Chitinase C1 lacks a signal sequence and consists of a catalytic domain belonging to glycoside hydrolase family 18, a fibronectin type III-like domain (Fn3 domain) and a C-terminal chitin-binding domain (ChBD). Chitinase C2 corresponds to the catalytic domain of C1 and is probably generated by proteolytic removal of the Fn3 and ChBDs. The loss of the C-terminal portion reduced the hydrolytic activity towards powdered chitin and regenerated chitin, but not towards colloidal chitin and glycol chitin, illustrating the importance of the ChBD for the efficient hydrolysis of crystalline chitin. Phylogenetic analysis showed that bacterial family 18 chitinases can be clustered in three subfamilies which have diverged at an early stage of bacterial chitinase evolution. Ser. marcescens chitinase C1 is found in one subfamily, whereas chitinases A and B of the same bacterium belong to another ...
in 30 min (Takahashi et al. 1993).. The Km values of the Enterobacter sp. NRG4 chitinase against different substrates were 1.43 mg ml-1, 1.41 mg ml-1, 1.8 mg ml-1 and 2.0 mg ml-1, respectively with swollen chitin, colloidal chitin, regenerated chitin and glycol chitin respectively, which are comparatively lower than the other reports in literature. The Km values of chitinase from different organisms were, 2.88 mg ml-1 for Enterobacter aerogenes (Tang et al. 2001), 1.4 mg ml-1 and 0.8 mg ml-1 for chitinase C1 and C3 from Vibrio alginolyticus H-8 against squid chitin (Ohishi et al. 1996), 3.0 mg ml-1 for Alcaligenes xylosoxydans chitinase (Vaidya et al. 2003) and Bacillus sp. WY22 chitinase (Woo and Park, 2003), 12 mg ml-1 for Bacillus sp. BG-11 chitinase (Bhushan and Hoondal, 1998).. Ethylene glycol chitin, glycol chitin and colloidal chitin are useful substrate for enzyme assays of endo-type chitinase (Park et al. 1997). The hydrolysis pattern of purified enzyme indicated that chitinase from ...
Abstract Prior studies indicate that a microfilarial stage-specific chitinase is a possible candidate antigen for a transmission-blocking vaccine against Brugian filariasis. The antigen is a functional enzyme that progressively appears as microfilariae mature and become able to infect and develop in a susceptible mosquito vector. It is recognized by a monoclonal antibody that reduces microfilaremia in infected animals and by a subset of sera from infected persons who remain amicrofilaremic. Immunization of jirds with recombinant chitinase induced partial protection against microfilaremia resulting from subsequent infection with Brugia malayi, but did not reduce adult worm burdens. Vaccination was much less effective when administered during the prepatent stage of infection and was ineffective when given to microfilaremic jirds. The protective epitope appears to be located close to the carboxy terminus of the chitinase molecule. Immunization of jirds with SXP1, an antigen present in multiple worm stages,
Plant chitinases are a group of enzymes that presumably hydrolyze chitin, a biopolymer of GlcNAc in a β-1,4 linkage. Only a few of them have been proven to possess chitinase activities. Most of the reported chitinases have been identified based on their sequence similarity to known chitinases. Plant chitinases are grouped into six different classes based on sequence similarity to tobacco chitinases (Meins et al., 1994). The two common classes of chitinases are class I and class II, which differ in the presence (class I) or absence (class II) of a conserved N-terminal cysteine-rich lectin domain. All classes of chitinases possess some conserved amino acid residues in the catalytic domains (Levorson and Chlan, 1997).. Because the chitinase substrate chitin is the main component of many fungal walls and expression of many chitinase genes is induced by pathogens, chitinases have long been proposed to play roles in defense. It has been shown that overexpression of some chitinases alone or together ...
Candida albicans chitinase isolated using the Dyno-Mill disruption technique was characterized using an improved radiometric assay procedure. The enzyme had apparent temperature and pH optima of 45°C and 6·5, respectively. The preparation yielded an apparent K m of 3·9 mg chitin ml-1 [17·6 mM-N-acetylglucosamine (GlcNAc) equivalents] and V of 2·3 nmol GlcNAc formed min-1 (mg protein)-1. The potential of the streptomycete antibiotic allosamidin as an antifungal agent is discussed in view of its dose-dependent inhibition of C. albicans chitinase activity (IC50 = 0·3 μM). Allosamidin was a potent competitive inhibitor of enzyme activity (K i = 0·23 μM).
TY - JOUR. T1 - Purification and characterization of three thermostable endochitinases of a noble Bacillus strain, MH-1, isolated from chitin-containing compost. AU - Sakai, Kenji. AU - Yokota, Akira. AU - Kurokawa, Hajime. AU - Wakayama, Mamoru. AU - Moriguchi, Mitsuaki. PY - 1998. Y1 - 1998. N2 - A thermophilic and actinic bacterium strain, MH-1, which produced three different endochitinases in its culture fluid was isolated from chitin- containing compost. The microorganism did not grow in any of the usual media for actinomyces but only in colloidal chitin supplemented with yeast extract and (2,6-O-dimethyl)-β-cyclodextrin. Compost extract enhanced its growth. In spite of the formation of branched mycelia, other properties of the strain, such as the formation of endospores, the presence of meso-diaminopimelic acid in the cell wall, the percent G+C of DNA (55%), and the partial 16S ribosomal DNA sequence, indicated that strain MH-1 should belong to the genus Bacillus. Three isoforms of ...
Summary: In order to study the genetic control of chitinolytic activity in Streptomyces, chitinase genes were cloned from S. lividans TK64 into the multicopy plasmid pIJ702 and their expression monitored in their natural host by measuring increases in chitinase productivity. Four independent clones were obtained, and the plasmids named pEMJ1, pEMJ5, pEMJ7 and pEMJ8. Restriction endonuclease digestion showed that although two of the plasmids (pEMJ7 and pEMJ8) shared a common DNA fragment, there were no substantial similarities between the inserts of plasmids pEMJ1, pEMJ5 and pEMJ7. This was confirmed by DNA-DNA hybridization studies. Four chitinases (A, B, C, and D) were identified, with molecular masses of 36, 46, 65, and 41 kDa, respectively. Production of chitinases A and B was specified by the plasmids pEMJ1 and pEMJ5, respectively. Genes for the other two chitinases (C and D) were carried by plasmid pEMJ7. Although significant differences were observed between chitinases A, B, and C in terms of
Summary: A fraction which inhibited chitin synthesis was partially purified from Neurospora crassa by ammonium sulphate precipitation and gel filtration. This preparation possessed chitinase activity and hydrolysed either nascent or preformed chitin. Utilization of UDP-N-acetylglucos-arnine by chitin synthase was not modified in the presence of the chitinase preparation, although the chitin being synthesized was degraded mainly to N-N'-diacetylchitobiose, other larger oligosaccharides and small amounts of N-acetylglucosamine. The enzyme exhibited endo- and exo-chitinase properties and was localized mainly in the cytosol fraction. Its pH optimum was 6.7 and its apparent molecular weight 20600 Dal.
Supplementary Figure 1. mrna expression of chitinase and chitinase-like protein in splenic immune cells. Each splenic immune cell population was sorted by FACS. Surface markers for sorting were CD11c +
Chitinase, which catalyzes the hydrolysis of the beta-1,4-N-acetyl-D-glucosamine linkages of the fungal cell wall polymer chitin, is involved in inducible defenses of plants. A basic chitinase genomic sequence was isolated from a rice (Oryza sativa L.) genomic library using a bean chitinase gene fragment as a probe. The complete nucleotide sequence of the rice chitinase RCH10 gene was determined, and shown to contain an open reading frame with no introns, encoding a polypeptide of 336 amino acids. This polypeptide consists of a 21 amino acid signal peptide, a hevein domain, and a chitinase catalytic domain. The RCH10 gene has 63% identity at the nucleotide level and 75% identity at the amino acid level with chitinase genes from dicotyledonous plants such as bean, potato, and tobacco. A gene fusion of trpE and the coding region of RCH10 expressed in Escherichia coli gave a product that reacted with antiserum to bean chitinase, confirming the identity of RCH10 as a rice chitinase gene. Primer ...
Genome-wide analysis of chitinase genes in the Hypocrea jecorina (anamorph: Trichoderma reesei) genome database revealed the presence of 18 ORFs encoding putative chitinases, all of them belonging to glycoside hydrolase family 18. Eleven of these encode yet undescribed chitinases. A systematic nomenclature for the H. jecorina chitinases is proposed, which designates the chitinases corresponding to their glycoside hydrolase family and numbers the isoenzymes according to their pI from Chi18-1 to Chi18-18. Phylogenetic analysis of H. jecorina chitinases, and those from other filamentous fungi, including hypothetical proteins of annotated fungal genome databases, showed that the fungal chitinases can be divided into three groups: groups A and B (corresponding to class V and III chitinases, respectively) also contained the so Trichoderma chitinases identified to date, whereas a novel group C comprises high molecular weight chitinases that have a domain structure similar to Kluyveromyces lactis killer toxins.
Chitinases were also classified based on the amino acid sequences, as that would be more helpful in understanding the evolutionary relationships of these enzymes to each other.[9] Therefore, the chitinases were grouped into three families: 18, 19, and 20.[10] Both families 18 and 19 consists of endochitinases from a variety of different organisms, including viruses, bacteria, fungi, insect, and plants. However, family 19 mainly comprises plant chitinases. Family 20 includes N-acetylglucosaminidase and a similar enzyme, N-acetylhexosaminidase.[9]. And as the gene sequences of the chitinases were known, they were further classified into six classes based on their sequences. Characteristics that determined the classes of chitinases were the N-terminal sequence, localization of the enzyme, isoelectric pH, signal peptide, and inducers.[9]. Class I chitinases had a cysteine-rich N-terminal, leucine- or valine-rich signal peptide, and vacuolar localization. And then, Class I chitinases were further ...
Objective. To study the relationship between the human secreted protein stabilin-1-interacting chitinase-like protein (SI-CLP) and rheumatoid arthritis (RA).. Methods. The expression of SI-CLP in peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMCs) and synovial fluid from patients with RA and the effects of cytokines on SI-CLP expression were examined by Western blotting. Fluorescence-activated cell sorting analysis was performed to investigate the binding between SI-CLP and cells. Bone marrow-derived macrophages were isolated from wild-type and SI-CLP-/- mice, and real-time quantitative polymerase chain reaction was performed to detect the levels of messenger RNA for cytokines or SI-CLP in SI-CLP- or cytokine-treated macrophages. Histologic studies were conducted to evaluate inflamma-tion and the expression of interleukin-12 (IL-12), IL-13, and SI-CLP in lesions. Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays were used to detect the cytokine levels in bone marrow-derived macrophages. Rats or mice with ...
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Chitinase is an enzyme having the ability to degrade chitin to a low molecular weight chitooligomers which have a wide range of applications. In the present study, chitinase was produced from the entomopathogenic fungi such as Pochonia chlamydosporia, Beauveria bassiana, Metarhizium anisopliae and Trichoderma harzianum using chitin as a carbon source. The enzyme was partially purified by ammonium sulphate precipitation and the activity was detected using colorimetric method. The enzyme showed the maximum activity in Trichoderma harzianum among the four fungal species at 40°C and pH 6.5. This enzyme could be used directly to control of pathogenic fungi and various pests in the egg stage itself. ...
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Chitinase inhibitors have chemotherapeutic potential as fungicides, pesticides, and antiasthmatics. Argifin, a natural product cyclopentapeptide, competitively inhibits family 18 chitinases in the nanomolar to micromolar range and shows extensive substrate mimicry
Chitinases cleave the beta-1-4-glycosidic bond between the N-acetyl-D-glucosamine units of which chitin is comprised. Chitinases are present in plants, bacteria and fungi. The first chitinase structures were solved in 1994, from a bacterium (1ctn) and a plant (2hvm). A mechanism for chitin cleavage was proposed based on several structures and was later confirmed. [1] ...
Chitinase domain-containing protein 1 (CHID1) is a highly conserved protein of unknown function located on the short (p) arm of chromosome 11 near the telomere. The protein has 27 introns, which allows for many isoforms of this gene. It has several aliases, the most common of which is Stabilin-1 interacting chitinase-like protein (SI-CLP). As indicated by the alias, CHID1 is known to interact with the protein STAB1. CHID1 is expressed ubiquitously at levels nearly 6 times the average gene, and is conserved very far back to organisms such as Caenorhabditis elegans and possibly some prokaryotes. This protein is known to have carbohydrate binding sites, which could be involved in carbohydrate catabolysis. CHID1 is located on chromosome 11 at the location p15.5. It is just downstream of TSPAN4 and upstream of AP2A2. CHID1 is ubiquitously expressed at a high levels. Through microarray analysis, it has been shown that CHID1 is generally expressed at 5.7 times the average gene. CHID1 has many known ...
Nookaew, I; Thorell, K; Worah, K; Wang, S; Hibberd, ML; Sjövall, H; Pettersson, S; Nielsen, J; Lundin, SB; (2013) Transcriptome signatures in Helicobacter pylori-infected mucosa identifies acidic mammalian chitinase loss as a corpus atrophy marker. BMC Med Genomics, 6. p. 41. ISSN 1755-8794 DOI: 10.1186/1755-8794-6-41 ...
New approaches for treatment of invasive fungal infections are necessary to cope with emerging resistant fungal pathogens of humans. In this paper, three different strategies are presented and evaluated to find new-type antifungal drugs and their targets. While experimental data obtained with potent chitinase inhibitors, e.g. allosamidin, and small-size antifungal proteins of fungal origin are encouraging more efforts are needed to verify and exploit the possible involvement of intracellular thiols, e.g. glutathione, and their metabolic anzymes in the pathogenesis of mycoses caused by dimorphic fingi. Chitinase inhibitors seem to hinder the cell separation of yeasts and the fragmentation of filamentous fungi quite effectively and, hence, they may be implicated in future therapies of systemic mycoses. In addition, small-size antifungal proteins possessing a broad inhibition spectrum may also provide us with promising new agents for the treatment of different kinds of (e.g. cutaneous) fungal ...
Expression of AamAch-L and AamAch-S mRNA in multiple tick organs observed in this study signals the possibility that native AamAch-L and AamAch-S proteins could be important to tick physiology in general. Our quantitative RT-PCR analysis data are suggestive of the possibility that AamAch-L proteins could be associated with tick feeding physiology at the salivary gland level, and not at the mid-gut level. In tick research, genes that are up-regulated in response to feeding are thought to be associated with blood meal feeding (Mulenga et al., 2007; Aljamali et al., 2009; Mulenga and Khumthong, 2010; Konnai et al., 2011) and those that are down-regulated are believed to play other roles in tick biology, and are not associated with blood meal feeding (Umemiya et al., 2008; Aljamali et al., 2009). Given that AamAch-L mRNA abundance in the SG did not apparently change with feeding could signal the importance of this protein in unfed and during the parasitic stages of A. americanum. We were unable to ...
List of Publications. Articles in reviewed journals. 19. Zuker, A., Tzfira, T., Ben-Meir, H., Ovadis, A., Shklarman, E., Itzhaki, H., Forkmann, G., Martens, S., Neta-Sharir, I., Weiss, D. and Vainstein, A. (2002). Enhancement of flower fragrance by antisense suppression of the flavonoid gene fht.. Mol. Breed. 9:33-41.. 18. Zuker, A., Tzfira, T., Scovel, G., Ovadis, A., Shklarman, E., Itzhaki, H. and Vainstein, A. (2001). RolC-transgenic carnation with improved agronomic traits: quantitative and qualitative analyses of greenhouse-grown plants J. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci. 126: 13-18.. 17. Halperin T., Zheng B., Itzhaki H., Clarke A.K., and Adam Z. (2000). Plant mitochondria contain proteolytic and regulatory subunits of the ATP-dependent Clp protease. Plant Mol. Biol. 45:461-168.. 16. David R., Itzhaki H., Ginzberg I., Gafni Y., Galili G. and Y. Kapulnik (1998). Suppression of tobacco basic chitinase gene expression in response to colonization by the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus Glomus Intaradics. Mol. ...
Family 18 chitinases play key roles in a range of pathogenic organisms and are overexpressed in the asthmatic lung. By screening a library of marketed drug molecules, we have identified methylxanthine derivatives as possible inhibitor leads. These derivatives, theophylline, caffeine, and pentoxifyll …
Engineering chitinolytic activity into a cellulose-active lytic polysaccharide monooxygenase provides insights into substrate specificity. Journal of Biological Chemistry 2019 ;Volum 294.(50) s. 19349- ...
Enzymes have a very wide range of functions in living organisms. Both signal transduction and regulation of cellular activity rely on enzymes, especially kinases and phosphatases. Enzymes also involve in movement by catalyzing the hydrolysis of ATP on myosin to make muscle contractions and can act as part of the cytoskeleton involved in transporting intracellular substances. ATP enzyme in the cell membrane as the ion pump involves in active transport.. In this articles, there introduces several enzymes biological functions from Creative Enzymes which may greatly help your study researches.. Cellulase. Since the study of cellulase has entered the molecular level, people have gradually explored the structure and function, gene regulation and genetic modification of cellulase.. Chitinase. Chitinase plays a very important physiological role in various organisms. In recent years, a variety of chitinases and chitinase-like proteins have been found in mammals, which plays a very important role in the ...
It has been hypothesized that dysregulated host/microbial interactions play a pivotal role in the pathogenesis of inflammatory bowel disease. However, the exact mechanisms underlying the induction and perpetuation of the intestinal disorder are unclear. Recently, we unexpectedly discovered significa …
Fig. 3. Venn diagrams of DEGs in Vitis flexuosa responsive to spore suspension (spore) and culture filtrates (CF) of Elsinoe ampelina, and R. vitis. A, up-regulated genes; B, down-regulated genes. Among 15 up-regulated genes, LRR, LOX, TLP, and GST were particularly up-regulated by spore inoculation than CF treatment of E. ampelina. On the contrary, CHS and TIP were highly up-regulated by CF treatment than spore inocu-lation of E. ampelina. It was reported that chitinase, stilbene synthase, protein/sugar kinase and transcriptional factor genes were found uniquely expressed in anthracnose tolerant upon E. ampelina infection in Florida hybrid bunch grape cultivars(Vasanthiaiah et al., 2010). Chitinase and stilbene synthase genes were reported to be involved in regulation of fungal growth and development in grapevines (Hammerschmidt, 1999; Jayasankar et al., 2000). In this study, chitinase-like protein was induced slightly by spore inoculation, while down-regulated 48 h after by CF treatment of E. ...
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1FFQ: De novo purification scheme and crystallization conditions yield high-resolution structures of chitinase A and its complex with the inhibitor allosamidin.
Protein features are: Chitin binding domain; Chitinase II; Glycoside hydrolase, chitinase active site; Glycoside hydrolase, family 18, catalytic domain; Glycoside hydrolase, subgroup, catalytic core; Glycoside hydrolase, superfamily ...
SWISS-MODEL Template Library (SMTL) entry for 1k85.1. Solution structure of the fibronectin type III domain from Bacillus circulans WL-12 Chitinase A1.
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Has anyone used chitinases to soften chitin in crustaceans as am having problems with wax sectioning? Have decalcified samples but they are still too hard. Andrew Prior Biology Dept Leicester University UK [email protected] ...
Introduction: Bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD) caused by prematurity is associated with more remodeling and fibrosis than asthma, yet symptoms and treatment of these two disorders are similar. The chitinase-like protein YKL-40, is a novel biomarker of asthma although the mechanisms involved are unknown. YKL-40 levels correlate with airway remodeling (Chupp et al. NEJM 2007) and YKL-40 increases smooth muscle proliferation (Bara et al. AJRCCM 2012). We aimed to compare serum YKL-40 in children with asthma and BPD.. Methods: Age- and sex-matched children with diagnosed asthma (n=27) or BPD (n=28) were included in the study at 10 yrs of age. Serum YKL-40 levels were measured by ELISA. ...
Singh S, Choudhary S, Anand V, et al. New insights into the catalytic inactivity of mammary gland protein-40, a chitinase-like protein expressed during mammary gland involution. Mol. Biol. Rep.. 2019;46(2):2243-2257. ...
3B9E: Crystal structures of Vibrio harveyi chitinase A complexed with chitooligosaccharides: implications for the catalytic mechanism
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Cerebrospinal fluid chitinase-3-like protein 1 level is not an independent predictive factor for the risk of clinical conversion in radiologically isolated ...
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Rat anti Human SI-CLP antibody, clone 1C11 detects human Stabilin-interacting chitinase like protein (SI-CLP), a novel member of the Glyco
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