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EC Number
Amino acid exchange
Commentary
Reference
D115E
kcat/KM is 12fold lower than wild-type value. Wild-type enzyme produces (+)-aristolochene, (-)-valencene and (S)-(-)-germacrene A in the ratio 93:2:4, the ratio of the mutant enzyme is 75:6:119
D115N
inactive mutant enzyme
D116E
kcat/KM is 60fold lower than wild-type value. Wild-type enzyme produces (+)-aristolochene, (-)-valencene and (S)-(-)-germacrene A in the ratio 93:2:4, the ratio of the mutant enzyme is 62:3:35
D116N
kcat/KM is 48fold lower than wild-type value. Wild-type enzyme produces (+)-aristolochene, (-)-valencene and (S)-(-)-germacrene A in the ratio 93:2:4, the ratio of the mutant enzyme is 63:2:35
D203L
approximately 150fold decrease in kcat/KM
E119D
kcat/KM is 2.4fold lower than wild-type value. Wild-type enzyme produces (+)-aristolochene, (-)-valencene and (S)-(-)-germacrene A in the ratio 93:2:4, the ratio of the mutant enzyme is 94:2:4
E119Q
kcat/KM is 2.3fold lower than wild-type value. Wild-type enzyme produces (+)-aristolochene, (-)-valencene and (S)-(-)-germacrene A in the ratio 93:2:4, the ratio of the mutant enzyme is 84:2:14
E227D
kcat/KM is 1182fold higher than wild-type value, in contrast to wild-type enzyme that exclusively produces aristolochene from trans,trans-farnesyl diphosphate, the mutant enzyme produces 26% aristolochene and 74% germacrene A
E227Q
inactive mutant enzyme
E252D
kcat/KM is 111fold lower than wild-type value. Wild-type enzyme produces (+)-aristolochene, (-)-valencene and (S)-(-)-germacrene A in the ratio 93:2:4, the ratio of the mutant enzyme is 19:0:81
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