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- Lignin biodegradation with laccase-mediator systems
- Structure and action mechanism of ligninolytic enzymes
- Genome-based engineering of ligninolytic enzymes in fungi
- Lignin degradation using lignolytic enzymes
Lignin biodegradation with laccase-mediator systems
Lignin has a significant and largely unrealized potential as a source for the sustainable production of fuels and bulk high-value chemicals.
It can replace fossil-based oil as a renewable feedstock that would bring about socio-economic and environmental benefits in our transition to a biobased economy. The efficient utilization of lignin however requires its depolymerization to low-molecular weight phenolics and aromatics that can then serve as the building blocks for chemical syntheses of high-value products.
Here, we review the recent progress in lignin biodegradation with laccase-mediator systems, and research needs that need to be addressed in this field. Lignocellulosic biomass is the single renewable resource on earth, reproduced at 60 billion tons as organically bound carbon per year, which has the potential to create a sustainable energy future.
Department of Energy DOE reported that nearly 1. Lignin removal from biomass helps enhance the efficiency of cellulose and hemicellulose hydrolysis, and therefore, facilitates the utilization of the carbohydrate portion of biomass in production of cellulosic ethanol and other biofuels Siqueira et al. Annually, about 50—60 million tons of lignin are produced by the pulp and paper industry alone.
The amount of available lignin is expected to further increase as a result of the recent biorefinery developments aimed at replacing fossil feedstocks with lignocellulosic biomass for biofuel production. A recent DOE report estimates that 0. Therefore, new methods for lignin deconstruction and utilization for value-added products, other than just simply burning it as a solid fuel, are needed.
There are two alternative paths for the breakdown of the lignin polymer — chemical and biological. In addition, the biocatalytic process takes place under mild conditions that lowers the energy input and reduces the environmental impact. In nature, efficient and selective lignin biodegradation is mediated mainly by white-rot fungi and certain bacteria Baldrian, The lignolytic enzymes are classified as peroxidases lignin, manganese, and versatile peroxidase and laccases.
The broad substrate specificity of laccases and their ability to utilize atmospheric oxygen as electron donor instead of hydrogen peroxide used by peroxidases makes these enzymes a promising candidate for diverse industrial applications. These include use as a bleaching agent in pulp delignification, as a stabilizer in wine production, in detoxification of wastewaters and organic pollutants, in textile decolorization, biofuel cells and biosensors, manufacture of antibiotics and anti-cancer drugs, polymer and fiber surface modifications, etc.
Couto and Herrera, ; Medhavi and Lele, Here, we review the potential of laccase-mediator systems LMS for lignin biodegradation with related challenges and opportunities that currently exist. Lignin is most abundant naturally occurring aromatic polymer and following cellulose, the second most abundant organic polymer on earth.
Lignin is predominantly concentrated in the middle lamella and primary cell wall. It surrounds and crosslinks the cellulose—hemicellulose matrix through lignin—carbohydrate network structures that provide stiffness to the cell walls and glue the cells together thereby shielding the polysaccharides against microbial degradation.
As a hydrophobic polymer, lignin also serves as a barrier against water penetration. The lignin macromolecule contains functional groups such as methoxyl, phenolic hydroxyl, alcoholic hydroxyl, and carbonyl groups that have a profound impact on its reactivity.
Lignin is composed of phenylpropanoid units, known as monolignols or lignin precursors, which are linked together through carbon—carbon and carbon—oxygen bonds with a varying degree of methoxylation Adler, ; Karhunen et al.
The monolignols have been identified as p -coumaroyl, confineryl, and sinapyl alcohols, which are the respective precursors of p -hydrophenyl H , guaiacyl G , and syringyl S units in lignin Zhang et al. Usually, plant cell wall lignification is accomplished through oxidative coupling and chemically controlled polymerization of the three lignin precursors in different proportions.
All three lignin units are present in annual plants Sjostrom, ; Brunow, ; Kang et al. Figure 1. Structure of lignin and lignin precursors of H-, G-, and S-units in lignin. Lignin biosynthesis proceeds through oxidative coupling reactions of radicals generated by laccases and peroxidases that lead to formation of a growing polymer linked by carbon—carbon and ether bonds. Figure 2. Laccase benzenediol oxygen oxidoreductase, EC 1.
The functions of laccases are diverse. They are involved in both lignin biosynthesis and lignin degradation, pigment formation in fungal spores, plant pathogenesis, and as fungal virulence factors, in iron metabolism and kernel browning processes in plants Hood et al.
Laccase was first discovered in the Japanese lacquer tree Rhus vernicifera in the nineteenth century Yoshida, Although laccases are present in higher plants, fungi, bacteria, and insects, the most studied group of enzymes to date is from fungal origin, including the genera of Ascomycetes, Deuteromycetes, Basidiomycetes, and cellulolytic fungi Hatakka, ; Schneider et al.
Among these, laccases from the white-rot basidiomycetes white-rot fungi such as Trametes Coriolus versicolor, T. The first characterized ascomycete enzyme was from Monocillium indicum Thakker et al. Fungal laccases are responsible for detoxification, fructification, sporulation, phytopathogenicity, and lignin degradation Widsten and Kandelbauer, White-rot fungi have a strong ability to degrade lignin due to the high laccase activity they produce, and to their well developed hyphal organization that can efficiently penetrate plant cell walls Grove and Bracker, Compared to fungal laccases, bacterial laccases are generally more stable at high pH and temperatures Table 1.
Whereas fungal laccases can be both intra- and extra-cellular, bacterial laccases are predominantly intracellular, such as Azospirillum lipoferum, Marinomonas mediterranea , and Bacillus subtilis Rosconi et al. To date, only three bacterial laccases have been completely purified and characterized as opposed to more than fungal laccases : 1 from the rhizospheric bacterium A. Laccases from Streptomyces lavendulae Nandan and Nampoothiri, and S. Bacterial laccases normally have a higher pH optimum than fungal laccases Margot et al.
Due to the intracellular physiological properties of plant laccases, their optimal pH is in the neutral range Dwivedi et al. The isoelectric point of plant laccases pI 9 is also higher than that of fungal laccases pI 3—7. Their thermal stability depends on the microbial source.
Plant laccases, on the other hand, are more glycosylated and have a greater molecular weight than fungal and bacterial laccases Table 1. Laccase is a secondary metabolite produced under growth-limiting conditions limited nitrogen in particular , which however has a negative impact on the enzyme yields Gianfreda et al.
Due to the low laccase activities in most native fungi and bacteria that preclude industrial uses, improved productivity through cloning of laccase genes and their heterologous expressing has been targeted. Bacterial laccases from B. Hosts for the heterologous expression of fungal laccases include yeasts such as Saccharomyces cerevisiae Bulter et al.
Laccases can be produced in both liquid and solid state fermentation Mazumder et al. Copper Palmieri et al. Table 1. Properties of some bacterial, fungal, and plant laccases. Most laccases contain four copper atoms in their active site, which mediate the redox process and are classified in three groups according to their magnetic and spectroscopic properties Messerschmidt and Huber, Figure 3 shows the three types of copper coordination in laccases: type 1 or blue copper center, type 2 or normal copper, and type 3 or coupled binuclear copper centers Wong, Type 1 copper, coordinated with one cysteine, one methionine, and two histidine molecules Palmieri et al.
It is responsible for the substrate oxidation and redox potential of laccase. Type 2 copper coordinates with two histidines and a water molecule; it is colorless with no absorption in the visible spectrum Piontek et al. There are three histidines as ligands to each type 3 copper atom, with anti-ferromagnetic coupling and a hydroxyl bridge between the copper pair that shows a weak UV absorbance at nm Piontek et al.
The one type 2 and two type 3 copper atoms form a tri-nuclear center that catalyzes the fixation and reduction of oxygen to water. Since laccase catalyzes one-electron oxidation of substrates, the transfer of four electrons from four laccase substrates via the type 1 copper to the tri-nuclear center with oxygen as the final electron acceptor represents one catalytic cycle of substrate oxidation and oxygen reduction.
Based on the type 1—3 copper properties, laccases are categorized into enzymes with high 0. For example, the laccases secreted by the white-rot fungi T. The catalytic efficiency of laccases appears to be directly proportional to the redox potential of type 1 copper, which explains the increased interest in laccases with high redox potential Xu et al.
Laccases occur as monomeric and polymeric glycoproteins, with most fungal laccases being reported as monomers, dimers, or tetramers. The first crystalline three-dimensional structure of a laccase from T.
In addition, glycosylation impacts enzyme secretion and activity Xu, Most white-rot fungi produce more than one laccase isozyme that differ in the degree of glycosylation, amino acid sequence, molecular weight, pI, and substrate specificity Mansur et al. It has been shown that small halide anions can inhibit the activity of laccase due to disturbance of the internal electron transfer of the type 2 and 3 copper atoms that coordinate these anions Dwivedi et al. Fatty acids, sulfhydryl reagents, hydroxyglycine, dithiothreitol, and glutathione have also been reported as laccase inhibitors as the copper type 2 atoms are chelated by these organic compounds Blanquez et al.
Laccases are able to oxidize not only various aromatic compounds such as substituted phenols, aminophenols, polyphenols, o - and p -diphenols, polyamines, methoxy phenols, aryl diamines, aromatic amines, and thiols, but also some inorganic compounds such as iodine and ferrocyanide ions Claus, The oxidation of inorganic ions is accompanied by a simultaneous reduction of dioxygen to water without intermediate production of hydrogen peroxide Morozova et al.
Due to the low redox potential of laccases 0. Only a small group of peroxidases secreted by lignolytic fungi such as lignin peroxidase with a redox potential of 1.
Furthermore, permeability studies have indicated that molecules larger than 2 kDa are unable to penetrate the pores in the plant cell walls Srebotnik et al.
However, in presence of low-molecular weight LMW chemical compounds — mediators, that normally have a redox potential higher than 0. Therefore, the LMS play a key role in depolymerizing lignin Schmidt, A mediator is a small chemical compound that is continuously oxidized by the laccase enzyme and subsequently reduced by the substrate.
As the substrate due to its size cannot enter the laccase active site, the mediator acts as a carrier of electrons between the enzyme and the substrate thereby overcoming the steric hindrances that exist between them Li et al. The laccase reactivity decreases with the increase of the substrate size, therefore the limited substrate accessibility is overcome through the use of appropriate laccase mediators.
In the initial reaction step, the mediator is oxidized to stable intermediates with high redox potential by laccase. Thereafter, following diffusion-controlled reaction kinetics, the oxidized mediator diffuses away from the enzyme, and due to its small size is able to penetrate the pores of the plant cell walls to reach the target substrate Figure 4.
As a result, the substrate lignin, aromatic compounds, etc. The ideal mediator should be non-toxic, economic, and efficient, with stable oxidized and reduced forms that do not inhibit the enzymatic reaction Morozova et al. Moreover, the redox mediator should be able to continuously maintain the cyclic redox conversion.
Figure 5 shows the laccase-aided modification of ABTS during oxidization. The redox potential of the semi-oxidized and fully oxidized ABTS was measured as 0. Bourbonnais et al. The structural formulas of some synthetic mediators of the — N -OH-type are displayed in Figure 6 1. A method for selection of effective laccase mediators was proposed Shleev et al. Using this method, phenothiazine-type mediators have been selected [Figure 6 2 ]. In another study, 20 heterocyclic compounds containing N -OH-groups and benzoic acid structures were screened as potential mediators for T.
Derivatives of 1-phenylmethyl pyrazolone were proposed as efficient mediators in LMS oxidation of veratryl alcohol [Figure 6 3 ]. The major problems encountered during screening for synthetic mediators are associated with the instability of the mediator intermediates, which resulted in incomplete redox cycles or poor substrate oxidation.
Structure and action mechanism of ligninolytic enzymes
The effects of reactive dye concentration, fungal inoculum size as well as pH were studied. KAPI at pH 5. The highest Lac activity For RB5, Datronia sp. KAPI efficiently performed
Genome-based engineering of ligninolytic enzymes in fungi
Screening for ligninolytic enzymes from autochthonous fungi and applications for decolorization of Remazole Marine Blue. Emre Erden I ; M. This study presents new and alternative fungal strains for the production of ligninolytic enzymes which have great potential to use in industrial and biotechnological processes.
Previous works have demonstrated that ligninolytic enzymes mediated effective degradation of lignin wastes. The degrading ability greatly relied on the interactions of ligninolytic enzymes with lignin. Ligninolytic enzymes mainly contain laccase Lac , lignin peroxidase LiP and manganese peroxidase MnP. In the present study, the binding modes of lignin to Lac, LiP and MnP were systematically determined, respectively. Robustness of these modes was further verified by molecular dynamics MD simulations.
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Lignin degradation using lignolytic enzymes
Lignin is the most abundant renewable source of aromatic polymer in nature, and its decomposition is indispensable for carbon recycling. It is chemically recalcitrant to breakdown by most organisms because of the complex, heterogeneous structure. The white-rot fungi produce an array of extracellular oxidative enzymes that synergistically and efficiently degrade lignin. The major groups of ligninolytic enzymes include lignin peroxidases, manganese peroxidases, versatile peroxidases, and laccases.
Metrics details. Many fungi grow as saprobic organisms and obtain nutrients from a wide range of dead organic materials. Among saprobes, fungal species that grow on wood or in polluted environments have evolved prolific mechanisms for the production of degrading compounds, such as ligninolytic enzymes. These enzymes include arrays of intense redox-potential oxidoreductase, such as laccase, catalase, and peroxidases. The ability to produce ligninolytic enzymes makes a variety of fungal species suitable for application in many industries, including the production of biofuels and antibiotics, bioremediation, and biomedical application as biosensors. However, fungal ligninolytic enzymes are produced naturally in small quantities that may not meet the industrial or market demands.
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