The xylose reductase (AKR2B5) structure: homology and divergence from other aldo-keto reductases and opportunities for protein engineering.

Abstract

The structure of xylose reductase from Candida tenuis (AKR2B5) has been determined and refined to 2.2 A resolution, both in holo and apo forms. These structures allow the recognition of numerous hydrophilic residues responsible for dimerization, a novel feature for the superfamily of enzymes. The residues allowing for dual NADH/NADPH cosubstrate specificity… (More)

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