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  1. 1,5-二氨基戊烷的生产及应用研究进展%Recent advances in the production and application of 1,5-diaminopentane

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    巩亭云

    2013-01-01

    As a microbial metabolite, 1 ,5-diaminopentane can be produced by fermentation,using genetically engineered microorganism escherichia coli or corynebacterium glutamicum. The fermentative production of 1 ,5-diaminopentane can be used to produce innovative bio-based polyamides. The related study of 1 ,5-diaminopentane at home and abroad is described, the existing problems and the directions for future research in this field are pointed out.%作为微生物代谢产物之一,1,5-二氨基戊烷可由基因工程改造的大肠杆菌或谷氨酸棒状杆菌发酵生产.发酵得到的1,5-二氨基戊烷可用于生产新型生物聚酰胺.介绍了利用大肠杆菌及谷氨酸棒状杆菌生产1,5-二氨基戊烷的过程及其国内外应用研究状况,指出了研究中存在的问题及今后该领域的发展方向.

  2. Systems strategies for developing industrial microbial strains

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    Lee, Sang Yup; Kim, Hyun Uk

    2015-01-01

    Industrial strain development requires system-wide engineering and optimization of cellular metabolism while considering industrially relevant fermentation and recovery processes. It can be conceptualized as several strategies, which may be implemented in an iterative fashion and in different ord...... achievements in recent years include microbial production of amino acids (L-valine, L-threonine, L-lysine and L-arginine), bulk chemicals (1,4-butanediol, 1,4-diaminobutane, 1,5-diaminopentane, 1,3-propanediol, butanol, isobutanol and succinic acid) and drugs (artemisinin)....

  3. Mixing Up the Pieces of the Desferrioxamine B Jigsaw Defines the Biosynthetic Sequence Catalyzed by DesD.

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    Telfer, Thomas J; Gotsbacher, Michael P; Soe, Cho Zin; Codd, Rachel

    2016-05-20

    Late-stage assembly of the trimeric linear siderophore desferrioxamine B (DFOB) native to Streptomyces pilosus involves two DesD-catalyzed condensation reactions between one N-acetyl-N-hydroxy-1,5-diaminopentane (AHDP) unit and two N-succinyl-N-hydroxy-1,5-diaminopentane (SHDP) units. AHDP and SHDP are products of DesBC-catalyzed reactions of the native diamine substrate 1,5-diaminopentane (DP). The sequence of DesD-catalyzed DFOB biosynthesis was delineated by analyzing the distribution of DFOB analogues and dimeric precursors assembled by S. pilosus in medium containing 1,4-diamino-2(E)-butene (E-DBE). Seven unsaturated DFOB analogues were produced that were partially resolved by liquid chromatography (LC). Mass spectrometry (MS) measurements reported on the combination of E-DBE- and DP-derived substrates in each trimer (uDFOA1 series, 1:2; uDFOA2 series, 2:1; uDFOA3, 3:0). MS/MS fragmentation patterns reported on the absolute position of the substrate derivative at the N-acetylated terminus, the internal region, or the amine terminus of the trimer. The uDFOA1 and uDFOA2 series each comprised three constitutional isomers (binary notation (DP-derived substrate "0," E-DBE-derived substrate "1"); direction, N-acetylated-internal-amine): uDFOA1[001], uDFOA1[010], uDFOA1[100]; and uDFOA2[011], uDFOA2[110], and uDFOA2[101]. E-DBE completely replaced DP in uDFOA3[111]. Relative concentrations of the uDFOA1 series were uDFOA1[001] ≫ uDFOA1[100] > uDFOA1[010] and of the uDFOA2 series, uDFOA2[101] > uDFOA2[011] ≫ uDFOA2[110]. Dimeric compounds assembled from one N-acetylated and one N-succinylated substrate derivative were detected as trimer precursors: dDFX[00-] ≫ udDFX[10-] > udDFX[01-] (d = dimer, vacant position "-"). Relative concentrations of all species were consistent with the biosynthetic sequence: (i) SHDP activation, (ii) condensation with AHDP to form AHDP-SHDP, (iii) SHDP activation, and (iv) condensation with AHDP-SHDP to form DFOB. PMID:27004785

  4. Synthesis, crystal structure and magnetism of a macrocyclic binuclear dicopper (II) amino alcohol complex from a metal-directed reaction involving formaldehyde and nitroethane

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    Condensation of the bis(1,5-diaminopentan-3-ol)dicopper(II) ion with formaldehyde and nitroethane in basic methanol yields the macromonocyclic ligand 3,13-dimethyl-3,13-dinitro-1,5,11,15-tetraazaeicosane-8,18-diol as the dicopper(II) complex. Ther perchlorate salt of the binuclear complex is very strongly antiferromagnetically coupled, with the magnetic properties measured from 10-300 K identifying a singlet-triplet energy gap of -860 cm-1 and a magnetic moment at room temperature of 0.48 BM. The discrete, binulcear nature of the complex was confirmed by a crystal structure analysis of the nitrite salt, which crystallizes in the monoclinic space group C2/c, a 14.789(6), b 14.560(6), c 12.759(9)Aangstroem, β 99.65(4) degree, and consists of the centrosymmetric macrocycle containing two copper ions each coordinated by two secondary nitrogen donors and two (shared) RO- groups, with water and nitrite oxygens occupying axial sites. The macrocycle donors and the copper ions are essentially coplanar. It is also shown that the nitro (and methyl) groups at extremities of the macrocycle are in anti dispositions. 16 refs., 3 figs., 3 tabs

  5. Biofuel and chemical production by recombinant microorganisms via fermentation of proteinaceous biomass

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    Liao, James C.; Cho, Kwang Myung; Yan, Yajun; Huo, Yixin

    2016-03-15

    Provided herein are metabolically modified microorganisms characterized by having an increased keto-acid flux when compared with the wild-type organism and comprising at least one polynucleotide encoding an enzyme that when expressed results in the production of a greater quantity of a chemical product when compared with the wild-type organism. The recombinant microorganisms are useful for producing a large number of chemical compositions from various nitrogen containing biomass compositions and other carbon sources. More specifically, provided herein are methods of producing alcohols, acetaldehyde, acetate, isobutyraldehyde, isobutyric acid, n-butyraldehyde, n-butyric acid, 2-methyl-1-butyraldehyde, 2-methyl-1-butyric acid, 3-methyl-1-butyraldehyde, 3-methyl-1-butyric acid, ammonia, ammonium, amino acids, 2,3-butanediol, 1,4-butanediol, 2-methyl-1,4-butanediol, 2-methyl-1,4-butanediamine, isobutene, itaconate, acetoin, acetone, isobutene, 1,5-diaminopentane, L-lactic acid, D-lactic acid, shikimic acid, mevalonate, polyhydroxybutyrate (PHB), isoprenoids, fatty acids, homoalanine, 4-aminobutyric acid (GABA), succinic acid, malic acid, citric acid, adipic acid, p-hydroxy-cinnamic acid, tetrahydrofuran, 3-methyl-tetrahydrofuran, gamma-butyrolactone, pyrrolidinone, n-methylpyrrolidone, aspartic acid, lysine, cadeverine, 2-ketoadipic acid, and/or S-adenosyl-methionine (SAM) from a suitable nitrogen rich biomass.

  6. Coordination chemistry of several radius-sensitive complexones and applications to lanthanide-actinide separations

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    The relationships between the lanthanide complex formation equilibria and the lanthanide-actinide separation application of three radius sensitive ligands have been studied. The consecutive stepwise formation constants of the 1:1, 2:1, and 3:1 chelate species formed by the interaction of DHDMB and the tripositive lanthanides and yttrium were determined potentiometrically at 0.1 M ionic strength and 250C. Results indicate that three different coordination modes, one tridentate and two bidentate are in evidence. Tracer level 241Am - 155Eu cation-exchange experiments utilizing DHDMB eluents indicate that this dihydroxycarboxylate does not form a sufficiently strong americium complex to elute that actinide ahead of europium. The overall stability of the americium 3:1 complex appears intermediate between samarium and europium. Cation-exchange elutions of 241Am, 155Eu, and 160Tb mixtures with EEDTA solutions prove that the EEDTA ligand is capable of eluting americium ahead of all of the tripositive lanthanide cations. The minimum separation occurs with terbium, where the Am-Tb separation factor is 1.71. 1,5-diaminopentane-N,N,N',N'-tetraacetic acid (PMDTA) was synthesized using cation exchange. A mathematical method was developed for the formation constants of the protonated and unprotonated lanthanide-PMDTA complexes from potentiometry. Cation-exchange elutions of tracer quantities of Am, Eu, and Tb revealed that terbium is eluted ahead of both americium and europium

  7. Systems strategies for developing industrial microbial strains.

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    Lee, Sang Yup; Kim, Hyun Uk

    2015-10-01

    Industrial strain development requires system-wide engineering and optimization of cellular metabolism while considering industrially relevant fermentation and recovery processes. It can be conceptualized as several strategies, which may be implemented in an iterative fashion and in different orders. The key challenges have been the time-, cost- and labor-intensive processes of strain development owing to the difficulties in understanding complex interactions among the metabolic, gene regulatory and signaling networks at the cell level, which are collectively represented as overall system performance under industrial fermentation conditions. These challenges can be overcome by taking systems approaches through the use of state-of-the-art tools of systems biology, synthetic biology and evolutionary engineering in the context of industrial bioprocess. Major systems metabolic engineering achievements in recent years include microbial production of amino acids (L-valine, L-threonine, L-lysine and L-arginine), bulk chemicals (1,4-butanediol, 1,4-diaminobutane, 1,5-diaminopentane, 1,3-propanediol, butanol, isobutanol and succinic acid) and drugs (artemisinin). PMID:26448090

  8. Comparison of kinetic properties of amine oxidases from sainfoin and lentil and immunochemical characterization of copper/quinoprotein amine oxidases.

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    Zajoncová, L; Frébort, I; Luhová, L; Sebela, M; Galuszka, P; Pec, P

    1999-01-01

    Kinetic properties of novel amine oxidase isolated from sainfoin (Onobrychis viciifolia) were compared to those of typical plant amine oxidase (EC 1.4.3.6) from lentil (Lens culinaris). The amine oxidase from sainfoin was active toward substrates, such as 1,5-diaminopentane (cadaverine) with K(m) of 0.09 mM and 1,4-diaminobutane (putrescine) with K(m) of 0.24 mM. The maximum rate of oxidation for cadaverine at saturating concentration was 2.7 fold higher than that of putrescine. The amine oxidase from lentil had the maximum rate for putrescine comparable to the rate of sainfoin amine oxidase with the same substrate. Both amine oxidases, like other plant Cu-amine oxidases, were inhibited by substrate analogs (1,5-diamino-3-pentanone, 1,4-diamino-2-butanone and aminoguanidine), Cu2+ chelating agents (diethyltriamine, 1,10-phenanthroline, 8-hydroxyquinoline, 2,2'-bipyridyl, imidazole, sodium cyanide and sodium azide), some alkaloids (L-lobeline and cinchonine), some lathyrogens (beta-aminopropionitrile and aminoacetonitrile) and other inhibitors (benzamide oxime, acetone oxime, hydroxylamine and pargyline). Tested by Ouchterlony's double diffusion in agarose gel, polyclonal antibodies against the amine oxidase from sainfoin, pea and grass pea cross-reacted with amine oxidases from several other Fabaceae and from barley (Hordeum vulgare) of Poaceae, while amine oxidase from the filamentous fungus Aspergillus niger did not cross-react at all. However, using Western blotting after SDS-PAGE with rabbit polyclonal antibodies against the amine oxidase from Aspergillus niger, some degree of similarity of plant amine oxidases from sainfoin, pea, field pea, grass pea, fenugreek, common melilot, white sweetclover and Vicia panonica with the A. niger amine oxidase was confirmed. PMID:10092944