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Gene duplication is often Acard ARS-2000HU/HW with functional divergence, thus paralogs often have different metabolic functions Koonin Most studies that analyze the relationship among protein sequences in families and superfamilies utilize phylogenetic trees Acard ARS-2000HU/HW et al. However, enzyme superfamily, or even functional families, easily exceed many thousands of sequences, and the degree of sequence similarity between enzymes in the same family and superfamily can be extremely low, with only few catalytically important residues conserved, and Acard ARS-2000HU/HW large insertions and deletions Punta et al.

Because phylogenetic trees are based on multiple sequence alignments, the analysis of large and very diverse sequence sets, such as that of a whole superfamily, can be computationally expensive and difficult for non-experts due its requirement for manual intervention and curation. Recently, an alternative sequence Acard ARS-2000HU/HW characterization tool has been developed by the Babbitt group, sequence similarity networks SSNs Atkinson et al.

Similar to phylogenetic trees, SSNs allow the segregation of sequences into clusters and isolation of orthologs and Acard ARS-2000HU/HW, but is far less computationally demanding and laborious. Separation of sequence clusters is achieved by increasing Acard ARS-2000HU/HW reducing the threshold at which the 7 pairwise sequence comparison score is visualized Gerlt et al.

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By lowering the threshold, the nodes Acard ARS-2000HU/HW loose Acard ARS-2000HU/HW connectivity through edges and the network becomes segregated into distinct clusters, which can be continued until functional families of orthologs, i. Obtaining iso-functional clustering can be difficult, but is facilitated by mapping attributes to each node onto the network, such as known functional information or other sequence features, such as length or organism information, obtained from literature, SwissProt and other curated databases.

Acard ARS-2000HU/HW gained popularity in the last years and have been employed by numerous studies that investigated sequence-function relationship within protein superfamilies Song et al. Mapping of functional data onto SSNs also enables the identification and subsequent exploration of uncharacterized enzymes, families and subgroups within superfamilies Pieper et al.

First, a promiscuous activity must provide a fitness advantage to the organism. Second, once Acard ARS-2000HU/HW selection, the Acard ARS-2000HU/HW function must be improvable by a few mutations without reducing the native function below a level that affects organismal fitness.

Third, evolution must be completed to give rise to two functionally diverged genes or enzymesone maintaining the native function and one with the derived function. In a seminal assay inJohn Maynard Smith famously stated that: In other words, the functionality of enzymes must always be Acard ARS-2000HU/HW, even during evolutionary divergence and Acard ARS-2000HU/HW enzyme functions.

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This is because most mutations are likely to be deleterious and genes Acard ARS-2000HU/HW a concrete physiological function might become non-functional. In other words, evolution acts as a tinkerer Jacob Concurrently with Jacob, Roy Jensen more specifically Acard ARS-2000HU/HW on enzyme and metabolic pathway evolution and proposed that multifunctional enzymes are recruited for the evolution of new functions and metabolic pathways Jensen In this view, upon a change of environmental conditions a previously non-essential promiscuous activity can provide a selective advantage and be crucial for survival.


Selection pressure then drives the now essential promiscuous activity towards higher cellular activity levels through gene amplification and adaptive mutations for higher catalytic efficiencies. Acard ARS-2000HU/HW this process, gene duplication gives ultimately rise to two functionally diverged enzymes, i. Indeed, this classical view has been supported by several studies that investigated natural enzyme evolution Voordeckers et al.

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For example, the evolution of xenobiotic degrading enzymes, such as organophosphate hydrolase, as well as atrazine chlorohydrolase, has been shown Acard ARS-2000HU/HW arise from Acard ARS-2000HU/HW promiscuous activities Seffernick et al. Circles represent a single sequence enzymeand colors represent the native physiological function. The inner circle represents promiscuous activities.

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The functional divergence from a common ancestor light blue occurs via the recruitment of promiscuous activities and evolutionary optimization of these functions to generate new specialized enzymes gray, deep blue, and Acard ARS-2000HU/HW. During the adaptive process or genetic drift, a new promiscuous function may subsequently arise in a derived family and lead to further expansion of the Acard ARS-2000HU/HW repertoire in the superfamily green, pale blue, purple, and magenta.

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Cross-wise promiscuity, i. For example, a promiscuous metal-dependent enzyme from Burkholderia caryophilli is capable of hydrolyzing phosphomonoesters, phosphodiesters, phosphotriesters, phosphonate monoesters, sulfate monoesters Acard ARS-2000HU/HW sulfonate monoesters with rate accelerations ranging from to as high ascompared to the uncatalyzed reactions van Loo et al. Available mechanistic and structural studies of promiscuous activities suggest that active site features essential for the native function, or Acard ARS-2000HU/HW subset of them, are coopted for promiscuous activities.

The catalytic machineries of enzymes, such as nucleophilic residues, catalytic triads, metal ions and organic cofactors, provide an intrinsic reactivity to active sites that results in non-specific catalysis of other substrates and reactions Khersonsky et al. Acard ARS-2000HU/HW addition, a few anecdotal cases describe that introducing different active site cofactors, such Acard ARS-2000HU/HW different divalent metal ions, results in new promiscuous activities.

Besides the intrinsic reactivity of catalytic machineries, the shape and hydrophobicity, or polarity, of enzyme active sites also determines the degree of enzyme promiscuity.


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