Cloning and molecular analysis of a cDNA and the Cs-mnp1 gene encoding a manganese peroxidase isoenzyme from the lignin-degrading basidiomycete Ceriporiopsis subvermispora

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Cloning and molecular analysis of a cDNA and the Cs-mnp1 gene encoding a manganese peroxidase isoenzyme from the lignin-degrading basidiomycete Ceriporiopsis subvermispora

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Cloning and molecular analysis of a cDNA and the Cs-mnp1 gene encoding a manganese peroxidase isoenzyme from the lignin-degrading basidiomycete Ceriporiopsis subvermispora

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Título: Cloning and molecular analysis of a cDNA and the Cs-mnp1 gene encoding a manganese peroxidase isoenzyme from the lignin-degrading basidiomycete Ceriporiopsis subvermispora
Autor: Lobos, S.; Larrondo, F.; Salas, L.; Karahanian, Eduardo; Vicuña E., Rafael
Resumen: A cDNA (MnP13-1) and the Cs-mnp1 gene encoding for an isoenzyme of manganese peroxidase (MnP) from C. subvermispora were isolated separately and sequenced. The cDNA, identified in a library constructed in the vector Lambda ZIPLOX, contains 1285 nucleotides, excluding the poly(A) tail, and has a 63% G + C content. The deduced protein sequence shows a high degree of identity with MnPs from other fungi. The mature protein contains 364 amino acids, which are preceded by a 24-amino-acid leader sequence. Consistent with the peroxidase mechanism of MnP, the proximal histidine, the distal histidine and the distal arginine are conserved, although the aromatic binding site (L/V/I-P-X-P) is less hydrophilic than those of other peroxidases. A gene coding for the same protein (Cs-mnp1) was isolated from a genomic library constructed in Lambda GEM-11 vector using the cDNA MnP13-1 as a probe. A subcloned SacI fragment of 2.5 kb contained the complete sequence of the Cs-mnp1 gene, including 162 bp and 770 bp of the upstream and downstream regions, respectively. The Cs-mnp1 gene possesses seven short intervening sequences. The intron splice junction sequences as well as the putative internal lariat formation sites adhere to the GT-AG and CTRAY rules, respectively. To examine the structure of the regulatory region of the Cs-mnp1 gene further, a fragment of 1.9 kb was amplified using inverse PCR. A putative TATAA element was identified 5' of the translational start codon. Also, an inverted CCAAT element, SP-1 and AP-2 sites and several putative heat-shock and metal response elements were identified.
URI: http://www.captura.uchile.cl/handle/2250/13061
Fecha: 1998-01-12
Cita del item: GENE 206 (2): 185-193


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