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Construction of recombinant Escherichia coli for enhanced bioconversion of colchicine into 3-demethylated colchicine at 70 l bioreactor level

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35175 45080 2010 7 PDF Available
Title
Construction of recombinant Escherichia coli for enhanced bioconversion of colchicine into 3-demethylated colchicine at 70 l bioreactor level
Abstract

A recombinant strain of Escherichia coli with CYP102A1 gene was developed for the demethylation of colchicine into their derivatives. The CYP102A1 gene responsible for demethylation was isolated from Bacillus megaterium ACBT03 and amplified using suitable primers. The amplified product was cloned into pET28a+ expression vector using host E. coli BL21(DE3) cells. The CYP3A4 (product of CYP102A1 gene) protein expression and other parameters like substrate toxicity, product toxicity and enzyme activity were optimized in shake flasks; and further scaled-up to 5 l bioreactor with 3 l working volume. In 5 l bioreactor, dissolved oxygen (DO) was optimized for maximum specific growth and enhanced 3-demethylated colchicine (3-DMC) production. The optimized conditions from shake flasks were scaled-up to 70 l bioreactor and resulted into ∼80% conversion of 20 mM colchicine in 48 h with a volumetric productivity of 6.62 mg l−1 h−1. Scale-up factors were measured as volumetric oxygen transfer coefficient (kLa) i.e., 56 h−1 and impeller tip velocity (Vtip) i.e., 7.065 m s−1, respectively. The kinetic parameters Km, kcat, and kcat/Km of the CYP3A4 enzyme using colchicine as the substrate were determined to be 271 ± 30 μM, 8533 ± 25 min−1, and 31.49 μM min−1, respectively, when IPTG induced recombinant E. coli culture was used.

Keywords
Biocatalyst; Dissolved oxygen (DO); Colchicine derivatives; CYP3A4 enzyme; Bioreactor; Scale-up
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Construction of recombinant Escherichia coli for enhanced bioconversion of colchicine into 3-demethylated colchicine at 70 l bioreactor level
Publisher
Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: Process Biochemistry - Volume 45, Issue 7, July 2010, Pages 1036–1042
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Subjects
Physical Sciences and Engineering Chemical Engineering Bioengineering