Dye-linked D-amino acid dehydrogenases: biochemical characteristics and applications in biotechnology

@article{Satomura2015DyelinkedDA,
  title={Dye-linked D-amino acid dehydrogenases: biochemical characteristics and applications in biotechnology},
  author={Takenori Satomura and Haruhiko Sakuraba and Shin-ichiro Suye and Toshihisa Ohshima},
  journal={Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology},
  year={2015},
  volume={99},
  pages={9337-9347}
}
Dye-linked D-amino acid dehydrogenases (Dye-DADHs) catalyze the dehydrogenation of free D-amino acids in the presence of an artificial electron acceptor. Although Dye-DADHs functioning in catabolism of L-alanine and as primary enzymes in electron transport chains are widely distributed in mesophilic Gram-negative bacteria, biochemical and biotechnological information on these enzymes remains scanty. This is in large part due to their instability after isolation. On the other hand, in the last… CONTINUE READING
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