Spectroscopic and Crystallographic Characterization of "Alternative Resting" and "Resting Oxidized" Enzyme Forms of Bilirubin Oxidase: Implications for Activity and Electrochemical Behavior of Multicopper Oxidases
While there is broad agreement on the catalytic mechanism of multicopper oxidases (MCOs), the geometric and electronic structures of the resting trinuclear Cu cluster have been variable, and their relevance to catalysis has been debated. Here, we present a spectroscopic characterization, complemented by crystallographic data, of two resting forms occurring in the same enzyme and define their interconversion. The resting oxidized form shows similar features to the resting form in Rhus vernicifera and Trametes versicolor laccase, characterized by "normal" type 2 Cu electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) features, 330 nm absorption shoulder, and a short type 3 (T3) Cu-Cu distance, while the alternative resting form shows unusually small A(||) and high g(||) EPR features, lack of 330 nm absorption intensity, and a long T3 Cu-Cu distance. These different forms are evaluated with respect to activation for catalysis, and it is shown that the alternative resting form can only be activated by low-potential reduction, in contrast to the resting oxidized form which is activated via type 1 Cu at high potential. This difference in activity is correlated to differences in redox states of the two forms and highlights the requirement for efficient sequential reduction of resting MCOs for their involvement in catalysis.
|Título según WOS:||ID WOS:000302489500031 Not found in local WOS DB|
|Título de la Revista:||JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY|
|Editorial:||AMER CHEMICAL SOC|
|Fecha de publicación:||2012|
|Página de inicio:||5548|