Top Level Name

  ⌊ Superfamily (core) Glutathione Transferase (cytosolic)

    ⌊ Subgroup Main (cytGST)

Total 100% <100% Family unknown
Functional domains 8806
UniProtKB 2396 0 0 2396
GI 4010 0 0 4010
Structures 198
Reactions 0
Functional domains of this subgroup were last updated on June 27, 2017
New functional domains were last added to this subgroup on Oct. 9, 2012

The Main subgroup of cytosolic GSTs (cytGSTs) is a large and diverse class of cytGSTs that encompasses the phi, tau, theta, HSP26, zeta, omega, and beta cytGSTs. While most of these GSTs are bacterial, this group includes large numbers of fungi, animal, and plant GSTs as well. Some of these members use a catalytic serine to activate glutathione, and others use a cysteine. The cysteine of omega class GSTs is in the same position relative to the fold as the serines of phi, tau, theta, HSP26, and zeta classes, while the beta GSTs have a cysteine two positions later. A minority of Main subgroup cytGSTs (including E. coli YfcG) apparently use a threonine to activate glutathione.

Armstrong RN

Structure, catalytic mechanism, and evolution of the glutathione transferases

▸ Abstract

Chem Res Toxicol 1997;10(1):2-18 | PubMed ID: 9074797

Jemth P, Mannervik B

Active site serine promotes stabilization of the reactive glutathione thiolate in rat glutathione transferase T2-2. Evidence against proposed sulfatase activity of the corresponding human enzyme

▸ Abstract

J Biol Chem 2000;275(12):8618-8624 | PubMed ID: 10722701

Copley SD

Evolution of a metabolic pathway for degradation of a toxic xenobiotic: the patchwork approach

▸ Abstract

Trends Biochem Sci 2000;25(6):261-265 | PubMed ID: 10838562

Sheehan D, Meade G, Foley VM, Dowd CA

Structure, function and evolution of glutathione transferases: implications for classification of non-mammalian members of an ancient enzyme superfamily

▸ Abstract

Biochem J 2001;360(None):1-16 | PubMed ID: 11695986

Wadington MC, Ladner JE, Stourman NV, Harp JM, Armstrong RN

Analysis of the structure and function of YfcG from Escherichia coli reveals an efficient and unique disulfide bond reductase

▸ Abstract

Biochemistry 2009;48(28):6559-6561 | PubMed ID: 19537707

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