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Natural Substrates
Commentary (Nat. Sub.)
Abnormal puromucyl peptides + H2O
not in vitro
acid resistance regulator GdE protein + H2O
degradation of GadE protein by Lon rapidly terminates the acid resistance response upon shift back to neutral pH and avoids overexpression of acid resistance genes in stationary phases
apoTroA + H2O
a molybdoenzyme; immature TorA (apoTorA) is degraded in vivo and in vitro by the Lon protease. Enzyme Lon interacts with apoTorA but not with holoTorA. Enzyme Lon and TorD, the specific chaperone of TorA, compete for apoTorA binding, but TorD binding protects apoTorA against degradation
Bacteriophage lambda N-protein + H2O
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calpain 10 + H2O
degradation of the mitochondrial matrix protease
Canavanine-containing proteins + H2O
not in vitro
LasI + H2O
Lon is involved in the regulation of quorum-sensing signaling systems in Pseudomonas aeruginosa, the opportunistic human pathogen. The enzyme is part of the acyl-homoserine lactone-mediated QS system LasR/LasI, but LasR/LasI regulation is independent of the RhlR/RhlI system by Lon. QS systems are organized hierarchically: the RhlR/RhlI system is subordinate to LasR/LasI, Lon represses the expression of LasR/LasI by degrading LasI, an HSL synthase, leading to negative regulation of the RhlR/RhlI system, overview
mitochondrial aconitase + H2O
essential enzyme, particularly susceptible to oxidative damage, preferentially oxidatively modified and inactivated during ageing
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ATP-dependent serine protease
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