GapMind for catabolism of small carbon sources

 

Definition of D-lactate catabolism

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# D-lactate catabolism in GapMind is based on D-lactate dehydrogenases, which form pyruvate.

# E. coli GlcA (Q46839) is similar to LctP and is reported to transport both L- and D-lactate.
# SO_1522 (Q8EGS2) and Psest_0955 (L0GFN1) probably transport both isomers.
#  (For evidence that SO_1522 transports D-lactate, see PMID:28285200.)
lctP	D-lactate:H+ symporter LctP or LidP	curated:SwissProt::P33231	curated:reanno::WCS417:GFF4712	curated:reanno::pseudo5_N2C3_1:AO356_07550	curated:TCDB::Q46839	uniprot:Q8EGS2	uniprot:L0GFN1

# Transporters were identified using
# query: transporter:D-lactate:(R)-lactate:D,L-lactic
D-lactate-transport: lctP

larD	D,L-lactic acid transporter	curated:SwissProt::F9UST3	curated:SwissProt::F9UMX3
D-lactate-transport: larD

mctP	D,L-lactic acid transporter	curated:TCDB::Q8VM88	curated:SwissProt::Q1M7A2
D-lactate-transport: mctP

PGA1_c12640	D-lactate ABC transporter, ATP-binding component	curated:reanno::Phaeo:GFF1248
PGA1_c12650	D-lactate ABC transporter, permease component 1	curated:reanno::Phaeo:GFF1249
PGA1_c12660	D-lactate ABC transporter, permease component 2	curated:reanno::Phaeo:GFF1250
PGA1_c12670	D-lactate ABC transporter, substrate-binding component	curated:reanno::Phaeo:GFF1251
D-lactate-transport: PGA1_c12640 PGA1_c12650 PGA1_c12660 PGA1_c12670

# F8SVK1 (TC 2.A.1.6.11) seems to be a weak lactate transporter, so ignore

# PMID:19196979 showed that dld-II (SO_1521, Q8EGS3) is a D-lactate dehydrogenase.
# D-lactate dehydrogenases from Lactobacillus delbrueckii are annotated as
# EC:1.1.1.345 (D-2-hydroxyacid dehydrogenase),
# which is usually used for enzymes that prefer larger substrates.
D-LDH	D-lactate dehydrogenase	EC:1.1.1.28	EC:1.1.99.6	EC:1.1.2.4	uniprot:Q8EGS3	curated:BRENDA::Q1GAA2	curated:BRENDA::Q48534

D-lactate-dehydrogenase: D-LDH

# lctB = Awo_c08710 is the small Etf subunit
lctB	electron-transfer flavoprotein for D-lactate dehydrogenase (NAD+, ferredoxin), small subunit	curated:BRENDA::H6LBB0	ignore_other:1.3.1.110

# lctC = Awo_c08720 is the large Etf subunit
lctC	electron-transfer flavoprotein for D-lactate dehydrogenase (NAD+, ferredoxin), large subunit	curated:BRENDA::H6LBB1	ignore_other:1.3.1.110

# lctD = Awo_c08730 is the LDH subunit
lctD	D-lactate dehydrogenase (NAD+, ferredoxin), lactate dehydrogenase component	curated:BRENDA::H6LBS1	ignore_other:1.3.1.110

# Acetobacterium woodii uses an electron-bifurcating dehydrogenase (lctBCD) for
# growth on lactate. The Km for D-lactate is far below that for
# L-lactate (Km of 3.6 mM vs. 112 mM; PMID:24762045), so we consider
# it to be a D-lactate dehydrogenase.
D-lactate-dehydrogenase: lctB lctC lctD

glcD	D-lactate dehydrogenase, FAD-linked subunit 1 (GlcD)	curated:reanno::Cup4G11:RR42_RS17300	curated:reanno::Phaeo:GFF2925	curated:reanno::Smeli:SMc00832	curated:reanno::psRCH2:GFF3772	curated:SwissProt::P0AEP9	ignore_other:1.1.99.14

glcE	D-lactate dehydrogenase, FAD-linked subunit 2 (GlcE)	curated:reanno::Cup4G11:RR42_RS17310	curated:reanno::Phaeo:GFF2924	curated:reanno::Smeli:SMc00833	curated:reanno::psRCH2:GFF3771	curated:SwissProt::P52073	ignore_other:1.1.99.14

glcF	D-lactate dehydrogenase, FeS subunit GlcF	curated:reanno::Cup4G11:RR42_RS17315	curated:reanno::Phaeo:GFF2923	curated:reanno::Smeli:SMc00926	curated:reanno::psRCH2:GFF3770	curated:SwissProt::P52074	ignore_other:1.1.99.14

# GlcDEF from E. coli (EC:1.1.99.14) is usually described as glycolate
# dehydrogenase or glycolate oxidase, but it has similar activity on
# D-lactate (PMID:4557653), and homologs from various
# Proteobacteria are important for D-lactate utilization. The
# physiological electron acceptor is not known, so terming GlcDEF an
# oxidase is questionable.
D-lactate-dehydrogenase: glcD glcE glcF

all: D-lactate-transport D-lactate-dehydrogenase

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by Morgan Price, Arkin group, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory