The Catalytic Pathway of Horseradish Peroxidase at High ResolutionBerglund, G.I., Carlsson, G.H., Smith, A.T., Szoke, H., Henriksen, A., Hajdu, J.
(2002) Nature 417: 463
- PubMed: 12024218
- DOI: 10.1038/417463a
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- Also Cited By: 1W4W, 1W4Y
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A molecular description of oxygen and peroxide activation in biological systems is difficult, because electrons liberated during X-ray data collection reduce the active centres of redox enzymes catalysing these reactions. Here we describe an effectiv ...
A molecular description of oxygen and peroxide activation in biological systems is difficult, because electrons liberated during X-ray data collection reduce the active centres of redox enzymes catalysing these reactions. Here we describe an effective strategy to obtain crystal structures for high-valency redox intermediates and present a three-dimensional movie of the X-ray-driven catalytic reduction of a bound dioxygen species in horseradish peroxidase (HRP). We also describe separate experiments in which high-resolution structures could be obtained for all five oxidation states of HRP, showing such structures with preserved redox states for the first time.
Department of Biochemistry, Uppsala University, Biomedical Center, Box 576, S-751 23 Uppsala, Sweden.