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Aclacinomycin 10-hydroxylase

Involved in the biosynthesis of the anthracycline aclacinomycin which is an aromatic polyketide antibiotic that exhibits high cytotoxicity and is widely applied in the chemotherapy of a variety of cancers. In vivo and in vitro, RdmB catalyzes the removal of the carboxylic group from the C-10 position of 15-demethoxyaclacinomycin T coupled to hydroxylation at the same C-10 position. It could also catalyze the removal of the carboxylic group at the C-10 position of 15-demethoxy-epsilon-rhodomycin coupled to hydroxylation at the same C-10 position to yield rhodomycin B. The reaction catalyzes by RdmB is intriguing, since the enzyme does not use any of the cofactors usually associated with hydroxylases such as flavins and/or metal ions to activate molecular oxygen.

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Aclacinomycin 10-hydroxylase RdmB

Also known as Aclacinomycin 10-hydroxylase RdmB (15-demethoxy-epsilon-rhodomycin 10-hydroxylase) (15-demethoxyaclacinomycin T).
Involved in the biosynthesis of the anthracycline aclacinomycin which is an aromatic polyketide antibiotic that exhibits high cytotoxicity and is widely applied in the chemotherapy of a variety of cancers. In vivo and in vitro, RdmB catalyzes the removal of the carboxylic group from the C-10 position of 15-demethoxyaclacinomycin T coupled to hydroxylation at the same C-10 position. It could also catalyze the removal of the carboxylic group at the C-10 position of 15-demethoxy-epsilon-rhodomycin coupled to hydroxylation at the same C-10 position to yield rhodomycin B. The reaction catalyzes by RdmB is intriguing, since the enzyme does not use any of the cofactors usually associated with hydroxylases such as flavins and/or metal ions to activate molecular oxygen.
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