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Identification of Copper-Containing Oxidoreductases in the Secretomes of Three Colletotrichum Species with a Focus on Copper Radical Oxidases for the Biocatalytic Production of Fatty Aldehydes

Bastien Bissaro
Nicolas Lapalu
Fanny Lambert
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Jean-Guy Berrin

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Copper radical alcohol oxidases (CRO-AlcOx), which have been recently discovered among fungal phytopathogens, are attractive for the production of fragrant fatty aldehydes. With the initial objective to investigate the secretion of CRO-AlcOx by natural fungal strains, we undertook time course analyses of the secretomes of three Colletotrichum species (C. graminicola, C. tabacum, and C. destructivum) using proteomics. The addition of a copper-manganese-ethanol mixture in the absence of any plantbiomass mimicking compounds to Colletotrichum cultures unexpectedly induced the secretion of up to 400 proteins, 29 to 52% of which were carbohydrate-active enzymes (CAZymes), including a wide diversity of copper-containing oxidoreductases from the auxiliary activities (AA) class (AA1, AA3, AA5, AA7, AA9, AA11, AA12, AA13, and AA16). Under these specific conditions, while a CRO-glyoxal oxidase from the AA5_1 subfamily was among the most abundantly secreted proteins, the targeted AA5_2 CRO-AlcOx were secreted at lower levels, suggesting heterologous expression as a more promising strategy for CRO-AlcOx production and utilization. C. tabacum and C. destructivum CROAlcOx were thus expressed in Pichia pastoris, and their preference toward both aromatic and aliphatic primary alcohols was assessed. The CRO-AlcOx from C. destructivum was further investigated in applied settings, revealing a full conversion of C-6 and C-8 alcohols into their corresponding fragrant aldehydes.
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hal-03619439 , version 1 (05-05-2022)

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David Ribeaucourt, Safwan Saker, David Navarro, Bastien Bissaro, Elodie Drula, et al.. Identification of Copper-Containing Oxidoreductases in the Secretomes of Three Colletotrichum Species with a Focus on Copper Radical Oxidases for the Biocatalytic Production of Fatty Aldehydes. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2021, 87 (24), pp.e01526-21. ⟨10.1128/AEM.01526-21⟩. ⟨hal-03619439⟩
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