RHEA:11044          (APPROVED)

a haloacetate + H2O = a halide anion + glycolate + H(+)

Last modified: 2017-07-11Chemically balanced: yes.

Formula: C2H2O2X
Charge: -1
(no structure available)
+
Formula: H2O
Charge: 0
(no structure available)
=
Formula: X
Charge: -1
(no structure available)
+
Formula: C2H3O3
Charge: -1
(no structure available)
+
Formula: H
Charge: 1
(no structure available)

Same participants, different directions

RHEA:11045 a haloacetate + H2O => a halide anion + glycolate + H(+)
RHEA:11046 a halide anion + glycolate + H(+) => a haloacetate + H2O
RHEA:11047 a haloacetate + H2O <=> a halide anion + glycolate + H(+)

Comments

"Purification, characterization, and gene cloning of a novel fluoroacetate dehalogenase from Burkholderia sp. FA1."
Kurihara T., Yamauchi T., Ichiyama S., Takahata H., Esaki N.
J. Mol. Catal., B Enzym. 23:347-355(2003)
and
"Sequence- and activity-based screening of microbial genomes for novel dehalogenases."
Chan W.Y., Wong M., Guthrie J., Savchenko A.V., Yakunin A.F., Pai E.F., Edwards E.A. Microb. Biotechnol. 3:107-120(2010)

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Enzymes Reactions

Reaction relationships

Outgoing
no data
Incoming
chloroacetate + H2O = chloride + glycolate + H(+)
is a
RHEA:11044
fluoroacetate + H2O = fluoride + glycolate + H(+)
is a
RHEA:11044

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