Regulation of gluconate and ketogluconate production in Gluconobacter oxydans ATCC 621-H View Full Text


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1988-04

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P. R. Levering, G. Weenk, W. Olijve, L. Dijkhuizen, W. Harder

ABSTRACT

Gluconobacter spp. possess the enzymic potential for two pathways of direct glucose oxidation. It has been proposed that the major part of glucose is oxidized to gluconate via NADP-dependent glucose dehydrogenase and that reoxidation of NADPH under these conditions proceeds via recycling of gluconate through ketogluconates. This hypothesis was tested in experiments in which Gluconobacter oxydans ATCC 621-H was grown in glucose-yeast extract medium containing [14C]2-ketogluconate. As expected, glucose was almost quantitatively oxidized to gluconate, without further accumulation of 2- and 5-ketogluconate. Interestingly, the total amount of neither [14C]2-ketogluconate nor [14C]gluconate did change significantly during this oxidation phase, indicating that recycling of gluconate through ketogluconates did not occur. An analysis of enzyme activities in cell-free extracts of glucose-grown cells of G. oxydans ATCC 621-H showed that the membrane-bound glucose dehydrogenase was far more active than the NADP-linked glucose dehydrogenase. The activity of the latter enzyme constituted only 10–15% of that of quinoprotein glucose dehydrogenase and was far too low to match the in vivo rates of gluconate production in batch cultures of G. oxydans. It is concluded that under these conditions glucose is mainly oxidized to gluconate via the membrane-bound glucose dehydrogenase. Implications of these results for the regulation of ketogluconate formation are discussed. More... »

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534-539

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