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Abhydrolase domain-containing protein

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Abhydrolase domain-containing protein cgi-58

Acts coordinately with phospholipase atgl-1 within the lipolytic cascade to distribute stored energy to tissues to maintain energy levels during the dauer phase. Localizes atgl-1 to lipid droplets, possibly to facilitate triglyceride hydrolysis. Regulates lipid droplet size, lipid content, the exchange of lipids between lipid droplets and fusion of lipid droplets during the dauer phase.

Abhydrolase domain-containing protein lid-1

Also known as Abhydrolase domain-containing protein lid-1 (Lipid droplet protein 1).
Acts coordinately with atgl-1 within the lipolytic cascade to distribute stored energy to tissues during nutritional deprivation.

Abhydrolase domain-containing protein mpaH

Also known as Abhydrolase domain-containing protein mpaH (Mycophenolic acid synthesis protein H).
Hydrolase; part of the gene cluster that mediates the biosynthesis of mycophenolic acid (MPA), the first isolated antibiotic natural product in the world (PubMed:21398490, PubMed:22544261, PubMed:25630520). The first step of the pathway is the synthesis of 5-methylorsellinic acid (5MOA) by the polyketide synthase mpaC (PubMed:21398490). 5MOA is then converted to the phthalide compound 5,7-dihydroxy-4,6-dimethylphthalide (DHDMP) by mpaDE (PubMed:22544261). MpaDE first catalyzes hydroxylation of 5-MOA to 4,6-dihydroxy-2-(hydroxymethyl)-3-methylbenzoic acid (DHMB) (PubMed:22544261). MpaDE then acts as a lactone synthase that catalyzes the ring closure to convert DHMB is then converted to DHMP (PubMed:22544261). The next step is the prenylation of DHMP by the prenyltransferase mpaA to yield farnesyl-DHDMP (PubMed:25630520). Farnesyl-DHDMP might be a substrate of mpaH for transformation into demethylmycophenolic acid (DMMPA) (PubMed:25630520). Finally, the O-methyltransferase mpaG catalyzes the methylation DMMPA to form MPA (PubMed:25630520).
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