Enzymatic glucosylation of polyphenols using glucansucrases and branching sucrases of glycoside hydrolase family 70

Xiaodan Li, Xiangfeng Meng*, Tijn C de Leeuw, Evelien M Te Poele, Tjaard Pijning, Lubbert Dijkhuizen, Weifeng Liu

*Bijbehorende auteur voor dit werk

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Polyphenols exhibit various beneficial biological activities and represent very promising candidates as active compounds for food industry. However, the low solubility, poor stability and low bioavailability of polyphenols have severely limited their industrial applications. Enzymatic glycosylation is an effective way to improve the physicochemical properties of polyphenols. As efficient transglucosidases, glycoside hydrolase family 70 (GH70) glucansucrases naturally catalyze the synthesis of polysaccharides and oligosaccharides from sucrose. Notably, GH70 glucansucrases show broad acceptor substrate promiscuity and catalyze the glucosylation of a wide range of non-carbohydrate hydroxyl group-containing molecules, including benzenediol, phenolic acids, flavonoids and steviol glycosides. Branching sucrase enzymes, a newly established subfamily of GH70, are shown to possess a broader acceptor substrate binding pocket that acts efficiently for glucosylation of larger size polyphenols such as flavonoids. Here we present a comprehensive review of glucosylation of polyphenols using GH70 glucansucrase and branching sucrases. Their catalytic efficiency, the regioselectivity of glucosylation and the structure of generated products are described for these reactions. Moreover, enzyme engineering is effective for improving their catalytic efficiency and product specificity. The combined information provides novel insights on the glucosylation of polyphenols by GH70 glucansucrases and branching sucrases, and may promote their applications.

Originele taal-2English
Artikelnummer2016598
Pagina's (van-tot)1-21
Aantal pagina's21
TijdschriftCritical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition
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StatusE-pub ahead of print - 15-dec-2021

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