Leucine Degradation (Saccharomyces cerevisiae)

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1-9isoamyl-alcohol2-oxoglutaratealpha-ketoisocaproateCO2ARO10BAT1THI3BAT2L-glutamateL-leucine


Description

While Saccharomyces cerevisiae can use most amino acids as their sole nitrogen source, they can only use a few amino acids as a carbon source to support growth (CITS:[Large86][Cooper82]). This is in contrast to most eukaryotes and some fungi, which can metabolize amino acids completely, utilizing them as sole sources of carbon and nitrogen (CITS:[Stryer88][Large 86]). S. cerevisiae degrade the branched-chain amino acids (leucine, iso-leucine, and valine) and the aromatic amino acids (tryptophan, phenylalanine, and tyrosine) via the Ehrlich pathway (CITS:[Sentheshanmuganathan60][10989420]). This pathway is comprised of the following steps: 1) deamination of the amino acid to the corresponding alpha-keto acid; 2) decarboxylation of the resulting alpha-keto acid to the respective aldehyde; and, 3) reduction of the aldehyde to form the corresponding long chain or complex alcohol, known as a fusel alcohol or fusel oil (CITS:[10989420][Large 86]). Fusel alcohols are important flavor and aroma compounds in yeast-fermented food products and beverages (as reported in (CITS:[9546164]). Each of the three steps in branched-chain amino acid degradation can be catalyzed by more than one isozyme; which enzyme is used appears to depend on the amino acid, the carbon source and the stage of growth of the culture (CITS:[12499363]). In leucine degradation, Thi3p is believed to be the major decarboxylase (CITS: [12499363]). SOURCE: SGD pathways, http://pathway.yeastgenome.org/server.html

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Based on http://pathway.yeastgenome.org/biocyc/

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70265view21:47, 15 July 2013MaintBotupdated to 2013 schema
69860view17:23, 11 July 2013EgonwMarked a few DataNodes with CAS registry numbers as metabolites.
67433view11:01, 26 June 2013DdiglesOntology Term : 'leucine degradation pathway ' added !
41872view04:52, 2 March 2011MaintBotRemoved redundant pathway information and comments
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36642view22:37, 9 April 2010MaintBotDescription and bibliography added from SGD
21421view11:31, 14 November 2008MaintBot[[Pathway:Saccharomyces cerevisiae:Leucine Degradation]] moved to [[Pathway:WP354]]: Moved to stable identifier
12766view08:01, 17 May 2008MaintBotautomated metabolite conversion
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8808view14:09, 7 January 2008J.HeckmanUploaded new pathway

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NameTypeDatabase referenceComment
ARO10GeneProductS000002788 (SGD)
BAT1GeneProductS000001251 (SGD)
BAT2GeneProductS000003909 (SGD)
L-glutamateMetabolite56-86-0 (CAS)
L-leucineMetabolite61-90-5 (CAS)
THI3GeneProductS000002238 (SGD)

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