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Metabolic engineering v.44, 2017년, pp.150 - 159   SCIE
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Metabolite damage and repair in metabolic engineering design

Sun, Jiayi (Horticultural Sciences Department, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, USA ) ; Jeffryes, James G. (Mathematics and Computer Science Division, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL, USA ) ; Henry, Christopher S. (Mathematics and Computer Science Division, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL, USA ) ; Bruner, Steven D. (Department of Chemistry, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, USA ) ; Hanson, Andrew D. (Horticultural Sciences Department, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, USA ) ;
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    Abstract The necessarily sharp focus of metabolic engineering and metabolic synthetic biology on pathways and their fluxes has tended to divert attention from the damaging enzymatic and chemical side-reactions that pathway metabolites can undergo. Although historically overlooked and underappreciated, such metabolite damage reactions are now known to occur throughout metabolism and to generate (formerly enigmatic) peaks detected in metabolomics datasets. It is also now known that metabolite damage is often countered by dedicated repair enzymes that undo or prevent it. Metabolite damage and repair are highly relevant to engineered pathway design: metabolite damage reactions can reduce flux rates and product yields, and repair enzymes can provide robust, host-independent solutions. Herein, after introducing the core principles of metabolite damage and repair, we use case histories to document how damage and repair processes affect efficient operation of engineered pathways – particularly those that are heterologous, non-natural, or cell-free. We then review how metabolite damage reactions can be predicted, how repair reactions can be prospected, and how metabolite damage and repair can be built into genome-scale metabolic models. Lastly, we propose a versatile ‘plug and play’ set of well-characterized metabolite repair enzymes to solve metabolite damage problems known or likely to occur in metabolic engineering and synthetic biology projects. Highlights Spontaneous and enzymatic side-reactions constantly damage metabolites. Damaged metabolites are wasteful or toxic and compromise flux rates and product yields. Repair enzymes can undo or prevent metabolite damage. Metabolite damage and repair reactions can be predicted and modeled. Damage and repair principles are becoming part of metabolic engineering design.


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    Metabolic engineering .   Synthetic biology .   Metabolite damage .   Metabolite repair .   Side-reaction .   Enzyme promiscuity.  

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