Activity of α-Aminoadipate Reductase Depends on the N-Terminally Extending Domain.

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L-α-Aminoadipic acid reductases catalyze the ATP- and NADPH-dependent reduction of L-α-aminoadipic acid to the corresponding 6-semialdehyde during fungal L-lysine biosynthesis. These reductases resemble peptide synthetases with regard to their multidomain composition but feature a unique domain of elusive function--now referred to as an adenylation… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/cbic.201500190

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@article{Kalb2015ActivityO, title={Activity of α-Aminoadipate Reductase Depends on the N-Terminally Extending Domain.}, author={Daniel B Kalb and Gerald Lackner and Marcus Rappe and Dirk Hoffmeister}, journal={Chembiochem : a European journal of chemical biology}, year={2015}, volume={16 10}, pages={1426-30} }