Plant aminoaldehyde dehydrogenases oxidize a wide range of nitrogenous heterocyclic aldehydes

@article{Frmmel2011PlantAD,
  title={Plant aminoaldehyde dehydrogenases oxidize a wide range of nitrogenous heterocyclic aldehydes},
  author={Jan Fr{\"o}mmel and Miroslav Soural and Martina Tylichov{\'a} and David Kope{\vc}n{\'y} and Gabriel Demo and Michaela Wimmerov{\'a} and Marek {\vS}ebela},
  journal={Amino Acids},
  year={2011},
  volume={43},
  pages={1189-1202}
}
The metabolic degradation of aldehydes is catalyzed by oxidoreductases from which aldehyde dehydrogenases (EC 1.2.1) comprise nonspecific or substrate-specific enzymes. The latter subset is represented, e.g., by NAD+-dependent aminoaldehyde dehydrogenases (AMADHs; EC 1.2.1.19) oxidizing a group of naturally occurring ω-aminoaldehydes including polyamine oxidation products. Recombinant isoenzymes from pea (PsAMADH1 and 2) and tomato (LeAMADH1 and 2) were subjected to kinetic measurements with… CONTINUE READING
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