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Terpene cyclase

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Terpene cyclase; part of the gene cluster that mediates the biosynthesis of anditomin, a fungal meroterpenoid .

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Terpene cyclase andB

 Terpene cyclase andB ELISA Kit
 Terpene cyclase andB Recombinant
 Terpene cyclase andB Antibody
Also known as Terpene cyclase andB (Anditomin synthesis protein B).
Terpene cyclase; part of the gene cluster that mediates the biosynthesis of anditomin, a fungal meroterpenoid (PubMed:25216349). The first step of the pathway is the synthesis of 3,5-dimethylorsellinic acid (DMOA) by the polyketide synthase andM (PubMed:25216349). DMOA is then converted to the phthalide compound 5,7-dihydroxy-4
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,6-dimethylphthalide (DHDMP) by the cytochrome P450 monooxygenase andK, which is further prenylated by the prenyltransferase andD to yield farnesyl-DHDMP (PubMed:25216349). Further epoxidation by the FAD-dependent monooxygenase andE leads to epoxyfarnesyl-DHDMP (PubMed:25216349). The next step involves the terpene cyclase andB that converts epoxyfarnesyl-DHDMP into preandiloid A through opening of the epoxide ring followed by the cyclization of the farnesyl moiety (PubMed:25216349). Preandiloid A is in turn oxidized at the C-3 hydroxyl group to yield preandiloid B by the dehydrogenase andC (PubMed:25216349). The dioxygenase andA is solely responsible for the dehydrogenation of preandiloid B leading to the enone preandiloid C, as well as for the intriguing structural rearrangement to generate the bicyclo[2.2.2]octane core, transforming preandiloid C into andiconin (PubMed:25216349). FAD-binding monooxygenase andJ then produces andilesin D which is reduced by dehydrogenase andI to yield andilesin A (PubMed:25216349). Action of acetyltransferase andG followed by a spontaneous acetate elimination leads then to andilesin B, which is in turn substrate of the short chain dehydrogenase andH to yield andilesin C (PubMed:25216349). Finally, the dioxygenase andF catalyzes the transformation of andilesin C to anditomin (PubMed:25216349).
 andB ELISA Kit
 andB Recombinant
 andB Antibody
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Terpene cyclase asqC

 Terpene cyclase asqC ELISA Kit
 Terpene cyclase asqC Recombinant
 Terpene cyclase asqC Antibody
Also known as Terpene cyclase asqC (4'-methoxyviridicatin/aspoquinolone biosynthesis cluster protein asqC) (Aspoquinolone biosynthesis protein C).
Terpene cyclase; part of the gene cluster that mediates the biosynthesis of the aspoquinolone mycotoxins (PubMed:25251934). The first stage is catalyzed by the nonribosomal pepdide synthetase asqK that condenses anthranilic acid and O-methyl-L-tyrosi
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ne to produce 4'-methoxycyclopeptin (PubMed:25251934). AsqK is also able to use anthranilic acid and L-phenylalanine as substrates to produce cyclopeptin, but at a tenfold lower rate (PubMed:25251934). 4'-methoxycyclopeptin is then converted to 4'-methoxydehydrocyclopeptin by the ketoglutarate-dependent dioxygenase asqJ through dehydrogenation to form a double bond between C-alpha and C-beta of the O-methyltyrosine side chain (PubMed:25251934). AsqJ also converts its first product 4'-methoxydehydrocyclopeptin to 4'-methoxycyclopenin (PubMed:25251934). AsqJ is a very unique dioxygenase which is capable of catalyzing radical-mediated dehydrogenation and epoxidation reactions sequentially on a 6,7-benzo-diazepinedione substrate in the 4'-methoxyviridicatin biosynthetic pathway (PubMed:25251934). The following conversion of 4'-methoxycyclopenin into 4'-methoxyviridicatin proceeds non-enzymatically (PubMed:25251934). AsqJ is also capable of converting cyclopeptin into dehydrocyclopeptin and cyclopenin in a sequential fashion (PubMed:25251934). Cyclopenin can be converted into viridicatin non-enzymatically (PubMed:25251934). 4'-methoxyviridicatin likely acts as a precursor of quinolone natural products, such as aspoquinolones, peniprequinolones, penigequinolones, and yaequinolones (PubMed:25251934). Further characterization of the remaining genes in the cluster has still to be done to determine the exact identity of quinolone products this cluster is responsible for biosynthesizing (PubMed:25251934).
 asqC ELISA Kit
 asqC Recombinant
 asqC Antibody
 AN9234 ELISA Kit
 AN9234 Recombinant
 AN9234 Antibody
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Terpene cyclase atmB

 Terpene cyclase atmB ELISA Kit
 Terpene cyclase atmB Recombinant
 Terpene cyclase atmB Antibody
Also known as Terpene cyclase atmB (Aflatrem synthesis protein B).
Terpene cyclase; part of the ATM2 gene cluster that mediates the biosynthesis of aflatrem, a tremorgenic mycotoxin with acute neurotoxic effects (PubMed:19801473, PubMed:2867895). Synthesis of geranylgeranyl diphosphate (GGPP) by AtmG (a GGPP synthase) precedes condensation of GGPP with indole 3-glycerol phosphate, followed by e
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poxidation and cyclization by AtmM (a FAD-dependent monooxygenase) and AtmC (a prenyltransferase) to produce paspaline (PubMed:19801473). AtmB is also essential for paspaline production, but its exact role has not been identified yet (PubMed:19801473). AtmP, a cytochrome P450 monooxygenase, subsequently converts paspaline to 13-desoxypaxilline via PC-M6 by removal of the C-30 methyl group and oxidation at C-10 (PubMed:19801473). AtmQ, a cytochrome P450 monooxygenase, then catalyzes the oxidation of 13-desoxypaxilline, first at C-7 to produce paspalicine and then at C-13 to form paspalinine (PubMed:19801473). Finally, AtmD prenylates paspalinine to form aflatrem (PubMed:19801473).
 atmB ELISA Kit
 atmB Recombinant
 atmB Antibody
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Terpene cyclase ausL

 Terpene cyclase ausL ELISA Kit
 Terpene cyclase ausL Recombinant
 Terpene cyclase ausL Antibody
Also known as Terpene cyclase ausL (Austinol synthesis protein L).
Terpene cyclase; part of the gene cluster B that mediates the biosynthesis of austinol and dehydroaustinol, two fungal meroterpenoids (PubMed:22329759). The first step of the pathway is the synthesis of 3,5-dimethylorsellinic acid by the polyketide synthase ausA (PubMed:22329759). 3,5-dimethylorsellinic acid is then prenylated b
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y the polyprenyl transferase ausN (PubMed:22329759). Further epoxidation by the FAD-dependent monooxygenase ausM and cyclization by the probable terpene cyclase ausL lead to the formation of protoaustinoid A (PubMed:22329759). Protoaustinoid A is then oxidized to spiro-lactone preaustinoid A3 by the combined action of the FAD-binding monooxygenases ausB and ausC, and the dioxygenase ausE (PubMed:22329759, PubMed:23865690). Acid-catalyzed keto-rearrangement and ring contraction of the tetraketide portion of preaustinoid A3 by ausJ lead to the formation of preaustinoid A4 (PubMed:22329759). The aldo-keto reductase ausK, with the help of ausH, is involved in the next step by transforming preaustinoid A4 into isoaustinone which is in turn hydroxylated by the P450 monooxygenase ausI to form austinolide (PubMed:22329759). Finally, the cytochrome P450 monooxygenase ausG modifies austinolide to austinol (PubMed:22329759). Austinol can be further modified to dehydroaustinol which forms a diffusible complex with diorcinol that initiates conidiation (PubMed:22234162, PubMed:22329759).
 ausL ELISA Kit
 ausL Recombinant
 ausL Antibody
 AN9257 ELISA Kit
 AN9257 Recombinant
 AN9257 Antibody
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Terpene cyclase paxB

 Terpene cyclase paxB ELISA Kit
 Terpene cyclase paxB Recombinant
 Terpene cyclase paxB Antibody
Also known as Terpene cyclase paxB (Paxilline synthesis protein B).
Terpene cyclase; part of the ATM2 gene cluster that mediates the biosynthesis of paxilline, a mycotoxin that acts as an inhibitor of mammalian maxi-K channels (PubMed:11169115, PubMed:23949005, PubMed:16494875). PaxG, the geranylgeranyl diphosphate (GGPP) synthase is proposed to catalyze the first step in paxilline biosynthesis
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(PubMed:23949005, PubMed:16494875). Condensation of indole-3-glycerol phosphate with GGPP by paxC then forms 3-geranylgeranylindole (3-GGI), followed by epoxidation and cyclization of this intermediate (by paxM and paxB) to form paspaline (PubMed:23949005, PubMed:16494875). Paspaline is subsequently converted to 13-desoxypaxilline by paxP, the latter being then converted to paxilline by paxQ (PubMed:23949005). Finally paxilline can be mono- and di-prenylated by paxD (PubMed:23949005).
 paxB ELISA Kit
 paxB Recombinant
 paxB Antibody
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Terpene cyclase pyr4

 Terpene cyclase pyr4 ELISA Kit
 Terpene cyclase pyr4 Recombinant
 Terpene cyclase pyr4 Antibody
Also known as Terpene cyclase pyr4 (Pyripyropene synthesis protein 4).
Terpene cyclase; part of the gene cluster that mediates the biosynthesis of pyripyropene A, a specific human acyl-coenzyme A:cholesterol acyltransferase 2 inhibitor (PubMed:20861902). The first step of the pathway is the synthesis of nicotinyl-CoA from nicotinic acid by the nicotinic acid-CoA ligase pyr1 (PubMed:20861902). N
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icotinyl-CoA is then a substrate of polyketide synthase pyr2 to produce 4-hydroxy-6-(3-pyridinyl)-2H-pyran-2-one (HPPO) which is further prenylated by the polyprenyl transferase pyr6 to yield farnesyl-HPPO (PubMed:20861902). The next steps consist of an epoxidation of farnesyl-HPPO to epoxyfarnesyl-HPPO by FAD-dependent monooxygenase pyr5 and a cyclization of the terpenoid portion by the terpene cyclase pyr4 to yield deacetyl-pyripyropene E (PubMed:20861902). The 2 cytochrome P450 monooxygenases pyr3 and pyr9, and the 2 acetyltransferases pyr7 and pyr8 are involved in the conversion of deacetyl-pyripyropene E into pyripyropene A through several cycles of oxidation and acetylation steps (PubMed:20861902). Pyr7 acetylates deacetyl-pyripyropene E to pyripyropene E which is oxidized to 11-deacetyl-pyripyropene O by pyr3, which is in turn acetylated into pyripyropene O by pyr8 (PubMed:21224862, PubMed:26019565). Pyripyropene O is then oxidized to deacetyl-pyripyropene A by pyr9 (PubMed:21224862). Deacetyl-pyripyropene A is finally acetylated to pyripyropene A by pyr8 (PubMed:26019565).
 pyr4 ELISA Kit
 pyr4 Recombinant
 pyr4 Antibody
 AFUA_6G13950 ELISA Kit
 AFUA_6G13950 Recombinant
 AFUA_6G13950 Antibody
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Terpene cyclase trt1

 Terpene cyclase trt1 ELISA Kit
 Terpene cyclase trt1 Recombinant
 Terpene cyclase trt1 Antibody
Also known as Terpene cyclase trt1 (Terretonin synthesis protein 1).
Terpene cyclase; part of the gene cluster that mediates the biosynthesis of terretonin, a fungal meroterpenoid that acts as a mycotoxin (PubMed:22549923, PubMed:23116177, PubMed:25671343). The first step of the pathway is the synthesis of 3,5-dimethylorsellinic acid (DMOA) by the polyketide synthase trt4 (PubMed:22549923, PubM
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ed:23116177). DMOA is then prenylated into farnesyl-DMOA by the polyprenyl transferase trt2 (PubMed:22549923, PubMed:22782788, PubMed:23116177). Methylation by the methyltransferase trt5 then leads to farnesyl-DMOA methyl ester which is further subject to epoxidation by the FAD-dependent monooxygenase trt8 to yield epoxyfarnesyl-DMOA methyl ester (PubMed:22549923, PubMed:22782788, PubMed:23116177). Cyclization of epoxyfarnesyl-DMOA methyl ester by the terpene cyclase trt1 leads to a tetracycle intermediate which is in turn converted to preterretonin (PubMed:22549923, PubMed:22782788, PubMed:23116177). Dehydrogenase trt9 comes next to transform preterretonin to preterrenoid (PubMed:22549923, PubMed:23116177). The FAD-dependent monooxygenase trt3 is then required for the C-hydroxylation at C16 of preterrenoid to yield terrenoid (PubMed:22549923, PubMed:23116177). The cytochrome P450 trt6 catalyzes three successive oxidations to transform terrenoid into an unstable intermediate, which then undergoes the D-ring expansion and unusual rearrangement of the methoxy group to afford the core skeleton of terretonin (PubMed:25671343). This unprecedented rearrangement is catalyzed by the isomerase trt14 (PubMed:25671343). Finally, the nonheme iron-dependent dioxygenase trt7 accomplishes the last two oxidation reactions steps to complete the biosynthesis of terretonin (PubMed:25671343). Terretonin C is produced via spontaneous decarboxylation of the terretonin precursor (PubMed:23116177). Another shunt product of the terretonin biosynthesis is dihydrofarnesyl-DMOA, derived from epoxyfarnesyl-DMOA through hydrolysis of the epoxide (PubMed:22549923, PubMed:22782788, PubMed:23116177).
 trt1 ELISA Kit
 trt1 Recombinant
 trt1 Antibody
 ATEG_10077 ELISA Kit
 ATEG_10077 Recombinant
 ATEG_10077 Antibody
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