NAD salvage pathway II (Escherichia coli)

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1-15NADPphosphatasePhosphateNADPAdenosinetriphosphatenadR5′-nucleotidaseWaterNicotinamide ribotidenudCNADWaterHydrogen IonHydrogen IonAdenosinemonophosphateWaterPhosphateNicotinamideribosideNicotinamide ribotideHydrogen IonADPNADHydrogen IonAdenosinetriphosphatePyrophosphatenadR


Description

This pathway is an NAD salvage pathway which proceeds via the intermediate nicotinamide riboside (N-ribosylnicotinamide, or NR). While the presence of this pathway has been suggested for several organisms including Escherichia coli [Kurnasov02], it is of particular importance to Haemophilus influenzae and other V-factor-dependent members of the Pasteurella family. These organisms lack the enzymes necessary for the de novo synthesis of NAD, as well as most of the enzymes for the more common NAD salvage pathway, and therefore require exogenous NAD supply in the form of one of the V-factor compounds, which include NADP, NAD, NMN, and NR. However, only the non-phosphorylated V factor, NR, can be transported across the inner membrane into the cytoplasm, where it can be converted to NAD and NADP [Kurnasov02]. Thus this pathway is critical for these organisms [MacInnes90].

Since NAD+, which is obtained from extracellular sources, is highly polar, it has to be hydrolyzed before it can be transported across the cytoplasmic membrane for final uptake. A key enzyme in this pathway is a periplasmic protein that hydrolyzes NAD+ to nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN), and hydrolyzes NMN to nicotinamide riboside (NR) [Kemmer01]. The nicotinamide riboside thus formed is transported across the inner membrane into the cytoplasm, where it is it is converted back to NMN, and eventually, to NAD+.

The identity of the NR transporter has not been confirmed experimentally, but it is suggested that it is encoded by the pnuC gene, although earlier work with the PnuC protein of Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium suggested that it encodes the transport of NMN [Liu82, Kemmer01].

NADP+ is recycled in the same manner, following dephosphorylation to NAD+. In H. influenzae, this dephosphorylation is performed by the outer membrane glycoprotein e (P4), encoded by the hel gene.

While the pathway is predicted to be present in Enterobacteriaceae, it probably serves a minor role compared to de novo biosynthesis and the main NAD salvage cycle (NAD salvage pathway I). Some of the enzymatic activities associated with this pathway have been described in Enterobacteriaceae as early as 1951 [Rowen51], but it was only recently that the genes responsible for them were identified. Surprisingly, several activities were found to be functions of the multifunctional protein NadR, which was initially believed to have a role in regulation only [Raffaelli99, Kurnasov02].

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106100view12:00, 16 August 2019MaintBotHMDB identifier normalization
71964view23:56, 23 October 2013MaintBotremoved data source from nodes without identifier
62864view10:28, 3 May 2013CizarModified description
62650view07:41, 1 May 2013CizarSpecify description
62649view07:41, 1 May 2013CizarSpecify description
62648view07:40, 1 May 2013CizarSpecify description
62647view07:40, 1 May 2013CizarSpecify description
62267view22:22, 26 April 2013AlexanderPicoOntology Term : 'pyridine nucleotide biosynthetic pathway' added !
62266view22:21, 26 April 2013AlexanderPicoOntology Term : 'purine salvage pathway' added !
62249view21:49, 26 April 2013AlexanderPicoOntology Term : 'NAD biosynthetic pathway' added !
62246view21:45, 26 April 2013AlexanderPicoModified categories
62005view09:43, 23 April 2013CizarRecorrected a gene
62004view09:37, 23 April 2013Cizaradded and corrected some annotations
61953view07:39, 22 April 2013CizarGrouped metabolites and aligned them
61801view10:22, 19 April 2013CizarModified description
61800view10:04, 19 April 2013Cizaradded references
61796view09:51, 19 April 2013CizarNew pathway

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NameTypeDatabase referenceComment
5′-nucleotidaseGeneProduct
ADPMetaboliteHMDB0001341 (HMDB)
Adenosine monophosphateMetaboliteHMDB0000045 (HMDB)
Adenosine triphosphateMetaboliteHMDB0000538 (HMDB)
Hydrogen IonMetaboliteHMDB0059597 (HMDB)
NADMetaboliteHMDB0000902 (HMDB)
NADP phosphataseGeneProduct
NADPMetaboliteHMDB0000217 (HMDB)
Nicotinamide ribosideMetaboliteHMDB0000855 (HMDB)
Nicotinamide ribotideMetaboliteHMDB0000229 (HMDB)
PhosphateMetaboliteHMDB0001429 (HMDB)
PyrophosphateMetaboliteHMDB0000250 (HMDB)
WaterMetaboliteHMDB0002111 (HMDB)
nadRGeneProductEBESCG00000001171 (Ensembl)
nudCGeneProductEBESCG00000003522 (Ensembl)

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