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How Bugs Modulate Drugs?

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Summary Environmental microbes (species: Sphingomonas sp. Ibu-2) increase ibuprofen's degradation.
Environmental
ibuprofen (PubChem CID: 3672)
Sphingomonas sp. Ibu-2 (Tax ID: 412900)
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increase degradation
Sphingomonas Ibu-2 has the unusual ability to cleave the acid side chain of ibuprofen and related arylacetic acid derivatives to yield corresponding catechols (e.g., isobutylcatechol) under aerobic conditions. Candidate enzymes identified are: 1) ipfABDEF, whose predicted amino acid sequences bore similarity to the large and small units of an aromatic dioxygenase (ipfAB), 2) a sterol carrier protein X (SCPx) thiolase (ipfD), 3) a domain of unknown function 35 (DUF35) protein (ipfE) 4) an aromatic CoA ligase (ipfF) 5) two additional ORFs, ipfH and ipfI, which encode putative ferredoxin reductase and ferredoxin components

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