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Default The importance of binding energy in catalysis of hydride transfer by UDP-galactose 4-

The importance of binding energy in catalysis of hydride transfer by UDP-galactose 4-epimerase: a 13C and 15N NMR and kinetic study.

Related Articles The importance of binding energy in catalysis of hydride transfer by UDP-galactose 4-epimerase: a 13C and 15N NMR and kinetic study.

Biochemistry. 1993 Dec 7;32(48):13220-30

Authors: Burke JR, Frey PA

UDP-galactose 4-epimerase contains NAD+ irreversibly but noncovalently bound to the active site. Uridine nucleotides bind to the substrate site and induce a protein conformational change that increases the chemical reactivity of NAD+ at the coenzyme site. Activation of NAD+ by uridine nucleotides perturbs the 15N and 13C NMR chemical shifts of selectively enriched NAD+ bound to the coenzyme site. The proton-decoupled 15N NMR signal for enzyme-bound [carboxamide-15N]NAD+ does not change upon addition of UDP, indicating that activation is not brought about by a change in the binding of the carboxamide group. The 15N NMR signal of enzyme-bound [nicotinamide-1-15N]NAD+ is shifted upfield 3.0 ppm and the 13C NMR signal for [nicotinamide-4-13C]NAD+ is shifted downfield 3.4 ppm downfield by the binding of UDP at the substrate site. These changes are consistent with the induction of a distortion into the nicotinamide ring, in which positive charge is transferred from N-1 to C-4. The kinetic and thermodynamic effects of these perturbations are significant, as indicated by the nonenzymatic chemical reactivities of a series of N-alkyl nicotinamides differing in the inductive electron withdrawing effects of the alkyl substituents. A downfield change of 3.4 ppm in the 4-13C chemical shifts brought about by electron withdrawal in the model compounds corresponds to a 3200-fold increase in the rate of reduction by NaBH3CN in water, a 15,000-fold increase in 86% ethanol, and a 152 mV more positive reduction potential in this series. The distortion of NAD+ by the binding of UDP is a long-range effect that is transmitted from the substrate binding site to the coenzyme through the protein conformational change. This apparently distorts the pi-electron distribution in the nicotinamide ring and reduces the activation energy for its reduction. Activation of enzyme-bound NAD+ toward reduction apparently arises from a destabilization in the nicotinamide ring structure rather than from a stabilization of the transition state through attractive interactions between the nicotinamide ring and the enzyme.

PMID: 8241177 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]



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