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  • Autor
    • Schelch, Sabine
    • Koszagova, Romana
    • Kuballa, Jürgen
    • Nidetzky, Bernd
  • TitelImmobilization of CMP-Sialic Acid Synthetase and α2,3- Sialyltransferase for Cascade Synthesis of 3’-Sialyl β-DGalactoside with Enzyme Reuse
  • Datei
  • DOI10.1002/cctc.202101860
  • Erschienen inChemCatChem
  • Band14
  • Erscheinungsjahr2022
  • Heft9
  • LicenceCC BY 4.0
  • ISSN1867-3899
  • ZugriffsrechteCC-BY
  • Download Statistik35
  • Peer ReviewJa
  • AbstractSialo-oligosaccharides are often synthesized via cascade reaction of CMP-sialic acid synthetase (CSS) and sialyltransferase (SiaT). Here, we studied individual enzyme immobilization to develop solid-supported preparations of the CSS from Neisseria meningitis (NmCSS) and the α2,3-SiaT from Pasteurella dagmatis (PdSiaT). Oriented immobilization via N-terminal His-tag as well as “random” (orientationally uncontrolled) immobilization via multipoint covalent coupling gave catalyst preparations of each enzyme with low activity and effectiveness factor (η). We therefore constructed N-terminal fusions of NmCSS and PdSiaT with the cationic binding module \(Z_{basic2}\) and show individual immobilization of even the unpurified enzymes on sulfonate carrier (ReliSorb SP400) in excellent yields (≥ 95 %) and binding selectivities. For both enzymes in individual reactions, the initial η (Z-NmCSS: 90 %; Z-PdSiaT: 25 %) declined sharply with increasing enzyme loading and the maximum immobilized activity was 110 U/g carrier (η = 27 %) for Z-NmCSS, 7.5 U/g (η ≤ 5 %) for Z-PdSiaT. Supplied with neuraminic acid and cytidine 5’-triphosphate (20 mM each), the immobilized enzymes promoted α2,3-sialylation of the model substrate 4-nitrophenyl β- D-galactoside (20 mM) in 85 % yield and could be recycled 5 times with only small loss in their overall synthetic activity (≤ 10 %).