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Novel Bacterial Selenite Reductase CsrF Responsible For Se(IV) And Cr(VI) Reduction That Produces Nanoparticles In Alishewanella Sp. WH16-1.

X. Xia, Shijuan Wu, N. Li, Dan Wang, Shixue Zheng, G. Wang
Published 2018 · Chemistry, Medicine

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Alishewanella sp. WH16-1 is a facultative anaerobic bacterium isolated from mining soil. Under aerobic conditions, this bacterium efficiently reduces selenite and chromate. A flavoprotein showing 37% amino acid identity to E. coli chromate reductase ChrR was identified from the genome (named CsrF). Gene mutation and complementation along with heterologous expression revealed the ability of CsrF to reduce selenite and chromate in vivo. The purified CsrF was yellow and showed an absorption spectra similar to that of FMN. The molecular weight of CsrF was 23,906 for the monomer and 47,960 for the dimer. In vitro, CsrF catalyzes the reduction of Se(IV) and Cr(VI) using NAD(P)H as cofactors with optimal condition of pH 7.0 and temperature of 30-37°C. This enzyme also catalyze the reduction of sulfate and ferric iron but not arsenate and nitrate. Using NADPH as its electron donor, the Km for the reduction of Se(IV) and Cr(VI) was 204.1±27.91 and 250.6±23.46μmol/L, respectively. Site-directed mutagenesis showed that Arg13 and Gly113 were essential for the reduction of Se(IV) and Cr(VI). The products of the reduction of Se(IV) and Cr(VI) were Se(0)- and Cr(III)-nanoparticles, respectively. To our knowledge, CsrF is a novel and well-characterized bacterial aerobic selenite reductase.
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