Figure S1: A) Schematic representation of minimal α/β hydrolase fold observed in the...

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  • Figure S1: A) Schematic representation of minimal / hydrolase fold observed in the structure of bMGL; B) Schematic representation of canonical / hydrolase showing 8 backbone strands and 6 helices; N and C represent the respective termini of the protein.AB

  • Figure S2: Graph showing the B-factor values of C atom of each amino acid of bMGL; the dotted line indicates the cap region of bMGL (Ile119-Thr164)

  • Figure S3: Atomic details of the hydrophobic and hydrophilic regions of the substrate binding pocket of bMGL. The hydrophobic residues are coloured brown, hydrophilic pink and the catalytic triad in green.

  • Figure S4: Inhibition of bMGL with increasing concentrations of PMSF. X-axis shows the concentration of PMSF and Y-axis the corresponding specific activity of bMGL.

  • Figure S5: A) bMGL (violet) covalently bound with PMSF (green). The missing residues in the cap region of the protein are indicated as text. The 2FoFc sigma-weighted electron density map (in purple) is contoured at 1 around the inhibitor present in the active site. B) Radii profile of the access paths in the bMGLPMSF complex starting from the active site (Ser97) towards the protein surface. AB

  • Figure S6: : Superposition of bMGL (light pink; amino acids Gly135-Glu137 not modelled due to missing electron density) with bMGL (light blue) including the modelled residues in the loop region, shown in cyan; the loop with missing residues is colored magenta

  • B) bMGL_80 ns MD; open conformationA) bMGL_80 ns MD; closed conformationFigure S7: Radii profile of the access paths of bMGL after 80 ns MD simulation in closed (A) and open (B) conformation starting from the active site (Ser97) toward the protein surface. The product release channel in B is closed and consequently no access path radii are depicted.

  • Figure S8: Sequence alignment MGLs from various species (human, mouse, yeast, Bacillus sp. H257, Mycobacterium tuberculosis) based on the structural alignment of Fig. 7A . Catalytic residues, oxyanion hole residues, and the GXSXG motifs are colored in red, violet, and green, respectively. The Uniprot accession numbers of the proteins are presented in brackets; identical residues are marked with a asteriks.

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