C Muramatsu (@1.3) vs S Guo (@3.2)
13-08-2019

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C1 consists of four reactions that are predicted to be catalyzed by enzymes that are different than those in iML1515. coli in KEGG (see Fig.3j). coli due to EC 2.4.2.10 (orotate phosphoribosyltransferase) (Fig.2a) and that between 2-oxoglutarate and 2-hydroxyglutarate by EC 1.1.1.79 (glyoxylate reductase) (Fig.2b). The last prediction is the coenzyme A transferase reaction between acetoacetyl-CoA and acetoacetate due to EC 2.8.3.10 (citrate CoA-transferase) (Fig.2d). We also predict the transformation between bicarbonate and carboxyphosphate catalyzed by EC 3.6.1.7 (acylphosphatase) (Fig.2c). While carboxyphosphate is not in iML1515, the transformation is considered parallel to a reaction catalyzed by EC 6.3.5.5 that is documented to occur for E. Each category consists of a set of reactions. The phosphoribosyltransferase reaction between cytosine and cytidine-5-monophosphate (CMP) is predicted to occur in E. The details of the predicted reactions are shown in Fig.2, and Table1 details a comparison between those predicted reactions and their parallel reactions in iML1515.

If the biotransformation is present in KEGG or EcoCyc, then the predicted metabolite is classified into Category 2 (C2), reflecting a curation issue where some reactions were not included in the iML1515 model. While biotransformations not found in KEGG are classified as Category 4 (C4). coli in other databases (KEGG and EcoCyc). coli in KEGG nor listed in EcoCyc, then the decision tree determines if the same chemical transformation (same substrate and same product) is documented to occur in other organisms. coli are classified in Category 3 (C3). If the predicted metabolite is not in iML1515 and not associated with E. If a predicted metabolite is not one of the known metabolites in iML1515, the decision tree determines whether the predicted metabolite and reaction areassociated with E. Predicted biotransformations documented in KEGG for organisms other than E.

C3 reactions and derivatives are neither present in iML1515 nor associated with E. However, according to KEGG, the reactions occur in other organisms. The set of five reactions, panels ae, belonging to Category 3 (C3). coli in KEGG and EcoCyc.

The key in the lookup table consisted of the R and M atom(s) in the reactant, while the value is the R and D atom(s) in the product. All atoms are labelled using KEGG atom types [54]. (ii) Difference Region (D) atoms are adjacent to the R atom and are distinct between substrate and product. The outcome of this step is a list of predicted products due to putative enzymatic activity. EMMA used PROXIMAL to predict putative products that can be added to the model. PROXIMAL utilizes RDM patterns [40] specific to the models reactions to create lookup tables that map reaction centers to structural transformation patterns. An RDM pattern specifies local regions of structural similarities/differences for reactantproduct pairs based on a given biochemical reaction. An RDM pattern consists of three parts: (i) A Reaction Center (R) atom exists in both the substrate and reactant molecule and is the center of the molecular transformation. PROXIMAL constructs a lookup table of all possible biotransformations that can occur due to promiscuous activity of enzymes based on the RDM patterns of reactions catalyzed by enzymes associated with genes in the iML1515 gene list. (iii) Matched Region (M) atoms are adjacent to the R atom but remain unmodified by the transformation. The biotransformation operators in the lookup table were then applied to model metabolites.

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While biotransformations not found in KEGG are classified as Category 4 (C4). coli in KEGG nor listed in EcoCyc, then the decision tree determines if the same chemical transformation (same substrate and same product) is documented to occur in other organisms. coli are classified in Category 3 (C3). Predicted biotransformations documented in KEGG for organisms other than E. If the predicted metabolite is not in iML1515 and not associated with E. If a predicted metabolite is not one of the known metabolites in iML1515, the decision tree determines whether the predicted metabolite and reaction areassociated with E. coli in other databases (KEGG and EcoCyc). If the biotransformation is present in KEGG or EcoCyc, then the predicted metabolite is classified into Category 2 (C2), reflecting a curation issue where some reactions were not included in the iML1515 model.

The engineering of metabolic networks has enabled the production of high-volume commodity chemicals such as biopolymers and fuels, therapeutics, and specialty products [1,2,3,4,5]. There are now databases (e.g. These design tools rely on organism-specific metabolic models that represent cellular reactions and their substrates and products. Producing such compounds requires transforming microorganisms into efficient cellular factories [6,7,8,9]. Biological engineering has been aided via computational tools for constructing synthesis pathways, strain optimization, elementary flux mode analysis, discovery of hierarchical networked modules that elucidate function and cellular organization, and many others (e.g. Once the function is identified, the corresponding biochemical transformation is assigned to the gene. Exponential growth in sequencing has resulted in an astronomical, or better yet, genomical, number of sequenced organisms [17]. Integrated strategies that utilize structural biology, computational biology, and molecular enzymology continue to address assigning function to orphan genes [22]. Model reconstruction tools [15, 16] use homology search to assign function to Open Reading Frames obtained through sequencing and annotation. [10,11,12,13,14]). KEGG [18], BioCyc [19], and BiGG [20]) that catalogue organism-specific metabolic models. Additional biological information such as geneprotein-reaction associations is utilized to refine the models. Despite progress in sequencing and model reconstruction, the complete characterizing of cellular activity remains elusive, and metabolic models remain incomplete. Because of limitations of homology-based prediction of protein function, there are millions of protein sequences that are not assigned reliable functions [21]. One major source of uncatalogued cellular activity is attributed to orphan genes.

Based on the SMILES string, we initially retrieved the corresponding PubChem ID and InchiKey from PubChem using Pybel. In some cases, the information retrieved from PubChem, such as InchiKeys did not match those in ECMDB. For each putative product, a mol file was generated and then converted to a SMILES string using Pybel [60], a python wrapper for the chemical toolbox Open Babel [61]. In cases of a mismatch, we sought additional information to confirm metabolite identities of ECMDB products. We utilized the values of the CAS ID, BioCyc ID, Chebi ID and KEGG ID fields to retrieve PubChem IDs using Pybel. To ensure consistency, we confirmed that retrieved PubChem IDs and InchiKeys of PROXIMAL predicted metabolites matched the corresponding entries in ECMDB. Out of 3760 metabolites in ECMDB, we identified 3397 metabolites with consistent information with data retrieved from PubChem. Once PubChem IDs were identified for ECMDB metabolites, we compared our predicted metabolites against ECMDB metabolites using PubChem IDs. For example, if the PubChem ID associated with InchiKey, KEGG ID and CAS ID matched, but did not match the PubChem ID provided in ECMDB, then we considered the one retrieved by Pybel as the correct PubChem ID. During this process, we noted some discrepancies. The retrieved PubChem IDs are used to determine the ID through a majority vote.

Outside of in vitro biochemical characterization studies to predict promiscuous activities, there are few resources that record details about promiscuous enzymes such as MINEs Database [33], and ATLAS [34]. More than two-fifths (44%) of KEGG enzymes are associated with more than one reaction [32]. The identified reactions can then be used to complete existing metabolic models. Despite the current wide-spread acceptance of enzyme promiscuity, and its prominent utilization to engineer catalyzing enzymes in metabolic engineering practice [35,36,37,38], promiscuous enzymatic activity is not currently fully documented in metabolic models. Advances in computing and the ability to collect large sets of metabolomics data through untargeted metabolomics provide an exciting opportunity to develop methods to identify promiscuous reactions, their catalyzing enzymes, and their products that are specific to the sample under study. While enzymes have widely been held as highly-specific catalysts that only transform their annotated substrate to product, recent studies show that enzymatic promiscuityenzymes catalyzing reactions other than their main reactionsis not an exception but can be a secondary task for enzymes [26,27,28,29,30,31]. Promiscuous activities however are not easily detectable in vivo since, (i) metabolites produced due to enzyme promiscuity may be unknown, (ii) product concentration due to promiscuous activity may be low, (iii) there is no high-throughput way to relate formed products to specific enzymes, and (iv) it is difficult to identify potentially unknown metabolites in complex biological samples. We focus in this paper on another major source of uncatalogued cellular activitypromiscuous enzymatic activity, which has recently been referred to as underground metabolism [23,24,25].

When applied to this set, the operators predicted the formation of 1423 known (with PubChem IDs) metabolites of which 57 were identified to exist in E. Out of the predicted metabolites of the second set 210 derivatives are found in ECMDB. The second set of metabolites consisted of the non-high concentration metabolites in iML1515. Results of flux balance analysis and flux variability analysis for the added EMMA reactions are reported in Additional file 2. Our workflow predicted the formation of 3694 known (with PubChem IDs) metabolites. The application of PROXIMAL to iML1515 yielded a lookup table with 1875 biotransformation operator entries. We provide a listing of all derivatives in Additional file 1. For the remainder of the Results section, we focus on detailed analysis of derivative products due to high-concentration metabolites. The operators were applied on two sets of metabolites. One set consisted of 106 iML1515 metabolites with predicted or measured concentration values above 1M [45]. coli per ECMDB. After manual curation (per Step 1 in the Methods section), our workflow recommended 16 new metabolites and 23 reactions that can be used to augment the iML1515 model. We focused on these metabolites as the assumption is that high concentration metabolites are more likely to undergo transformation by promiscuous enzymatic activity and form detectible derivatives.

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