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Journal of microbiology and biotechnology v.15 no.1, 2005년, pp.188 - 191   피인용횟수: 9

Characterization and Culture Optimization of Regiospecific Cyclosporin Hydroxylation in Rare Actinomycetes Species

PARK, NAM-SIL    (Department of Biotechnology, Inha University   ); MYEONG, JI-SEON    (Department of Biotechnology, Inha University   ); PARK, HYUN-JOO    (Song Won Envichem Inc.   ); HAN, KYU-BOEM    (Hanson Biotech Co., Ltd. 201 IACRI, Han Nam University   ); KIM, SANG-NYUN    (LG Household and HealthCare, R&D Park   ); KIM, EUNG-SOO    (Department of Biotechnology, Inha University  );
  • 초록

    Abstract Cyclosporins are a family of clinically-important immunosuppressive cyclic peptides produced by Tolypocladium inflatum. The structural modification of cyclosporins via hydroxylation at various positions of N-methyl leucines in cyclosporin A leads to a dramatic change of their bioactive spectra. Among over 100 soil actinomycetes screened, two actinomycetes species, Sebekia benihana and Pseudonocardia autotrophica, were identified to contain superior cyclosporin A hydroxylation activities. A HPLC-based cyclosporin A hydroxylation assay revealed that each strain possesses distinctive hydroxylation specificity and regiospecificity; mono-hydroxylation at the 4th N-methyl leucine of cyclosporin A by S. benihana, and di-hydroxylations at both 4th and 9th N-methyl leucines of cyclosporin A by P. autotrophica. The conversion yields for cyclosporin A hydroxylation by both S. benihana and P. autotrophica were significantly improved from less than 10% and 18% up to 58% and 45%, respectively, in the optimized culture containing molybdenum with 0.05 g/l of cyclosporin A concentration. An ancymidol-specific inhibition of cyclosporin hydroxylation also suggested that the regiospecific cyclosporin hydroxylation might be catalyzed by a putative cytochrome P450 mono-oxygenase enzyme.


  • 주제어

    Cyclosporin .   hydroxylation .   actinomycetes .   bioconversion.  

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