Protein Engineering on Soybean Sterol Methyl Transferase Leads to Altered Substrate Binding and Catalysis

Sterol methyltransferases (SMTs) are ubiquitously represented in plants and theycan serve as the rate-limiting enzymes in the 24-alkyl sterol (phytosterol) pathway

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Protein Engineering on Soybean Sterol Methyl Transferase Leads to Altered Substrate Binding and Catalysis, contents

  • I. THE IMPORTANCE OF STEROL METHYL TRANSFERASE ENZYME AND ITS MECHANISM…1
  • Sterol Nomenclature and Stmcture…1
  • Sterol Physiology…2
  • Sterol Biosynthesis in Glycine max…3
  • History of Sterol Methyl Transferase…4
  • Description of the SMT Enzyme and Kinetic Parameters…5
  • Mechanism of C-Methylation…6
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