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Primary Information

BoMiProt ID Bomi131
Protein Name Lactoperoxidase
Organism Bos taurus
Uniprot IdP80025
Milk FractionWhey
Ref Sequence Id NP_776358.1
Amino Acid Lenth 712
Molecular Weight 80642
Fasta Sequence http://www.uniprot.org/uniprot/P80025.fasta
Gene Name LPO
Gene Id 280844
Protein Existence Status Reviewed: Experimental evidence at protein level

Secondry Information

Presence in other biological fluids/tissue/cells saliva, airway mucus, tears
Protein Function Promotes host defence against microbes in milk saliva and airways; controlled catalysis of oxidation of certain molecules;
Biochemical Properties calcium and iron containing peroxidase; hydrogen peroxide and thiocyanate ions were essential for the bactericidal activity of this enzyme; enxymatic activity increases with decreasing pH; human protein is moderately cationic with a pI of ~7.5, whereas the bovine protein is more cationic with a pI of ~9.6; hydrophobicity, cationicity, and helical propensity determie the antimicrobial properties; differences in glycosylation and a partial deamidation can cause noticeable chromatographic and electrophoretic heterogeneity; stability and structural inegrity are maintained by calcium ions; binding of prosthetic heme group to protein occurs through a self processing mechanism with the help of H2O2 and once the cross-linking is complete, the enzyme attains a fully efficient catalytic form
Significance in milk Biocidal activity, efficient antibiotics and antiviral agents against a wide spectrum of bacteria, fungi, and viruses; activated lactoperoxidase by peroxide can preserve raw milk during transportation, reduces refrigeration and pasteurization requirement;
PTMs glycoprotein; four to five N-glycosylation sites and are characterizedby a carbohydrate content of about 10 %;
Site(s) of PTM(s)

N-glycosylation, O-glycosylation,
Phosphorylation
>sp|P80025|PERL_BOVIN Lactoperoxidase OS=Bos taurus OX=9913 GN=LPO PE=1 SV=1
MWVCLQLPVFLASVTLFEVAASDTIAQAASTTTISDAVSKVKIQVNKAFL DSRTRLKTTLSSEAPTTQQLSEYFKHAKGRTRTAIRNGQVWEESLKRLRR DTTLTNVTDPSLDLTALSWEVGCGAPVPLVKCDENSPYRTITGDCNNRRS PALGAANRALARWLPAEYEDGLALPFGWTQRKTRNGFRVPLAREVSNKIV GYLDEEGVLDQN*212RSLLFMQWGQIVDHDLDFAPETELGSNEHSKTQCEEYC IQGDNCFPIMFPKNDPKLKTQGKCMPFFRAGFVCPTPPYQSLAREQINAV TSFLDASLVYGSEPS*315LASRLRN*322LSSPLGLMAVNQEAWDHGLAYLPFNNKK PSPCEFIN*358TTARVPCFLAGDFRASEQILLATAHTLLLREHNRLARELKKL NPHWNGEKLYQEARKILGAFIQIITFRDYLPIVLGSEMQKWIPPYQGYN*449N SVDPRISNVFTFAFRFGHMEVPSTVSRLDENYQPWGPEAELPLHTLFFNT WRIIKDGGIDPLVRGLLAKKSKLMNQDKMVTSELRNKLFQPTHKIHGFDL AAINLQRCRDHGMPGYNSWRGFCGLSQPKTLKGLQTVLKNKILAKKLMDL YKTPDNIDIWIGGNAEPMVERGRVGPLLACLLGRQFQQIRDGDRFWWENP GVFTEKQRDSLQKVSFSRLICDNTHITKVPLHAFQANNYPHDFVDCSTVD KLDLSPWASREN
PDB ID 2ips, 2nqx, 2pt3, 2pum, 2qpk, 2qqt, 2qrb, 3bxi, 3eri, 3gc1, 3gcj, 3gck, 3gcl, 3i6n, 3krq, 3nyh, 3ogw, 3py4, 3q9k, 3ql6, 3r4x, 3r5o, 3s4f, 3tgy, 3uba, 3v6q, 4gm7, 4gn6, 4ksz, 4njb, 4nt3, 4pnx, 5b72, 5gh0, 5gls, 5wv3, 5zgs, 5zww, 6a4y,
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