Water Complexes of Cytochrome P450: Insights from Energy Decomposition Analysis
AbstractWater is a small molecule that nevertheless perturbs, sometimes significantly, the electronic properties of an enzyme’s active site. In this study, interactions of a water molecule with the ferric heme and the compound I (Cpd I) intermediate of cytochrome P450 are studied. Energy decomposition analysis (EDA) schemes are used to investigate the physical origins of these interactions. Localized molecular orbital EDA (LMOEDA) implemented in the quantum chemistry software GAMESS and the EDA method implemented in the ADF quantum chemistry program are used. EDA reveals that the electrostatic and polarization effects act as the major driving force in both of these interactions. The hydrogen bonding in the Cpd I•••H2O complex is similar to that in the water dimer; however, the relative importance of the electrostatic effect is somewhat larger in the water dimer. View Full-Text
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Thellamurege, N.; Hirao, H. Water Complexes of Cytochrome P450: Insights from Energy Decomposition Analysis. Molecules 2013, 18, 6782-6791.
Thellamurege N, Hirao H. Water Complexes of Cytochrome P450: Insights from Energy Decomposition Analysis. Molecules. 2013; 18(6):6782-6791.Chicago/Turabian Style
Thellamurege, Nandun; Hirao, Hajime. 2013. "Water Complexes of Cytochrome P450: Insights from Energy Decomposition Analysis." Molecules 18, no. 6: 6782-6791.