phospholipase D


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phospholipase D

[‚fäs·fə′lī‚pās ′dē]
(biochemistry)
An enzyme found in almost all mammalian cells that hydrolyzes phosphatidylcholine to produce the signaling molecule phosphatidic acid, which acts on many regulatory enzymes and other proteins in the cell. Abbreviated PLD.
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Chapter 05 -- Global Phospholipase Enzyme Market Analysis 2014 - 2018 & Forecast 2019 - 2029 by Product Type Based on product type, the phospholipase enzyme market is segmented into five types- phospholipase A1, phospholipase A2, phospholipase B, phospholipase C, and phospholipase D. This chapter includes information about the key trends and developments in the phospholipase enzyme market and market attractiveness analysis based on the product type.
Incorporating glyceryl ethers into the polar head of phospholipids in the presence of a food-grade phospholipase D makes it possible to obtain new bioactive ingredients.
The researchers also optimized the percentage of phospholipase D and the molar concentration of the reactants.
DAG, diacylglycerol; DGK, diacylglycerol kinase; PLD, phospholipase D. (B) Biosynthesis and degradation of PAF.
Phospholipase D (PLD, EC 3.1.4.4) is a lipolytic enzyme which has gradually emerged, over recent decades, as one of the key components of a broad range of cellular and physiological processes (see [1] for review).
Brown, "Phospholipase D: enzymology, functionality, and chemical modulation," Chemical Reviews, vol.
Phospholipase D (PLD) (EC 3.1.4.4) is an important enzyme that initiates membrane phospholipid degradation during ripening, senescence, and signal transduction that takes place in response to hormones and environmental stress [3, 4].
The second group comprises phospholipase C (PLC) which cleaves the glycerol-phosphate bond, and phospholipase D (PLD), which liberates phosphatidic acid and alcohol (Figure 1).
Phospholipase D (PLD) releases the head group from phosphatidic acid; phospholipase C cleaves the head group and the sn-3 phosphate from diacylglycerol (DAG), which usually is rapidly phosphorylated by DAG-kinase (Lundberg and Sommarin, 1992) to form phosphatidic acid.
Choline is an indicator of phospholipase D activity, which also generates potent platelet activators such as phosphatidic acid and lysophosphatidic acid.
Abbreviations: PLA: phospholipase A; PLB: phospholipase B; PLC: phospholipase C; PLD: phospholipase D; LPL: lysophospholipase; PC: phosphatidylcholine; PE: phosphatidylethanolamine; PS: phosphatidylserine; PI: phosphatidylinositol; PA: phosphatidic acid; GPC: glycerophosphocholine; TMS: trimethylsilyl.