L-asparaginases of extremophilic microorganisms in biomedicine

   
Dumina M.V.1, Eldarov M.A.1, Zdanov D.D.2, Sokolov N.N.2

1. Research Center of Biotechnology RAS, Moscow, Russia
2. Institute of Biomedical Chemistry, Moscow, Russia
Section: Review
DOI: 10.18097/PBMC20206602105     
Year: 2020  Volume: 66  Issue: 2  Pages: 105-123
L-asparaginase is extensively used in the treatment of acute lymphoblastic leukemia and several other lymphoproliferative diseases. In addition to its biomedical application, L-asparaginase is also of prospective use in food industry to reduce the formation of acrylamide, which is classified as probably neurotoxic and carcinogenic to human, and in biosensors for determination of L-asparagine level in medicine and food chemistry. The importance of L-asparaginases in different fields, disadvantages of commercial ferments, and the fact that they are widespread in nature stimuli the search for biobetter L-asparaginases from new producing microorganisms. In this regard, extremofile microorganisms exhibit unique physiological properties such as thermal stability, adaptability to extreme cold conditions, salt and pH tolerance and so provide one of the most valuable sources for novel L-asparaginases. The present review summarizes the recent results on studying the structural, functional, physicochemical and kinetic properties, stability of extremophilic L-asparaginases in comparison with their mesophilic homologues.
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Keywords: L-asparaginase, antitumor drug, extremophilic microorganisms, stability, structural and functional properties
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Dumina, M. V., Eldarov, M. A., Zdanov, D. D., Sokolov, N. N. (2020). L-asparaginases of extremophilic microorganisms in biomedicine. Biomeditsinskaya khimiya, 66(2), 105-123.
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