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the nitrile to amine conversion proceeds through four major stages: formation of a C-S covalent bond between the substrate and the catalytic cysteine residue to form the thioimidate intermediate, hydride transfer from NADPH to the substrate to generate the thiohemiaminal intermediate, cleavage of the C-S covalent bond to generate the imine intermediate, and second hydride transfer from NADPH to the imine intermediate to generate the final amine product. The free energy barrier for the rate-limiting step, i.e. the second hydride transfer, is20.8 kcal/mol
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enzyme is highly specific for substrate preQ0
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