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Fe2+-dependent acireductone dioxygenase passes through an additional split dioxygen intermediate and then proceeds through an epoxy-like transition state with a small activation energy to the two products, crystal structure analysis, structure modeling and molecular simulations of the Fe2+ and Ni2+ enzyme, cf. 1.13.11.53, QM-DMD domain, overview. The ability of Fe2+-dependent acireductone dioxygenase to stabilize an additional intermediate and thus produce the two products is due to the RedOx flexibility of the Fe2+ as compared to the more electron-rich Ni2+
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identification of potential effectors in the Arabidopsis thaliana G protein beta signaling pathway by an activation tagging approach to randomly create dominant suppressors of agb1-2, overview. Homology modeling of acireductone dioxygenase 1, overview
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either facilitates recycling of methionine in living cells or exits this recycling pathway. Fe2+-dependent acireductone dioxygenase produces the 2-oxo acid precursor of methionine and formate
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matrix metalloproteinase MT1-MMP physically interacts with claudin-1 and acireductone dioxygenase 1, both associated with hepatitis C virus cell entry
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one function of acireductone dioxygenases is to operate in the methionine salvage pathway. Acireductone dioxygenase 1 physically interacts with Arabidopsis thaliana G protein beta, and acireductone dioxygenase enzymatic activity is stimulated by Arabidopsis thaliana G protein beta in vitro. Overexpression of acireductone dioxygenase 1 suppresses the 2-day-old etiolated phenotype of agb1-2. Acireductone dioxygenase 1 and Arabidopsis thaliana G protein beta both control embryonic hypocotyl length by modulating cell division. They also may contribute to the production of ethylene, a product of the methionine salvage pathway. Arabidopsis thaliana G protein beta regulates acireductone dioxygenase 1 activity to control cell division, possible mechanism for Arabidopsis thaliana G protein beta activation of acireductone dioxygenase 1 activity, overview
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