Characterization of a New Intracellular Alginate Lyase with Metal Ions-Tolerant and pH-Stable Properties

Yan Ma, Jie Li, Xin-Yue Zhang, Hao-Dong Ni, Feng-Biao Wang, Hai-Ying Wang, Zhi-Peng Wang
2020 Marine Drugs  
Alginate lyases play an important role in alginate oligosaccharides (AOS) preparation and brown seaweed processing. Many extracellular alginate lyases have been characterized to develop efficient degradation tools needed for industrial applications. However, few studies focusing on intracellular alginate lyases have been conducted. In this work, a novel intracellular alkaline alginate lyase Alyw202 from Vibrio sp. W2 was cloned, expressed and characterized. Secretory expression was performed in
more » ... on was performed in a food-grade host, Yarrowia lipolytica. Recombinant Alyw202 with a molecular weight of approximately 38.3 kDa exhibited the highest activity at 45 °C and more than 60% of the activity in a broad pH range of 3.0 to 10.0. Furthermore, Alyw202 showed remarkable metal ion-tolerance, NaCl independence and the capacity of degrading alginate into oligosaccharides of DP2-DP4. Due to the unique pH-stable and high salt-tolerant properties, Alyw202 has potential applications in the food and pharmaceutical industries.
doi:10.3390/md18080416 pmid:32784864 fatcat:xu2og6ly3vawhgrk4ybuksz4hy