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Selective excision of chain-terminating nucleotides by HIV-1 reverse transcriptase with phosphonoformate as substrate
Autor(es) : Cruchaga, C. (Carlos)
Anso, E. (Elena)
Rouzaut, A. (Ana)
Martinez-Irujo, J.J. (Juan José)
Palabras clave : Antiviral Agents/pharmacology
HIV Reverse Transcriptase/antagonists & inhibitors
Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitors/pharmacology
Fecha incorporación: 2006
Editorial : American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Versión del editor: http://www.jbc.org/content/281/38/27744
ISSN: 1083-351X
Cita: Cruchaga C, Anso E, Rouzaut A, Martinez-Irujo JJ. Selective excision of chain-terminating nucleotides by HIV-1 reverse transcriptase with phosphonoformate as substrate. J Biol Chem 2006 Sep 22;281(38):27744-27752.
A major mechanism for human immunodeficiency virus 1 (HIV-1) reverse transcriptase (RT) resistance to nucleoside analogs involves the phosphorolytical removal of the chain-terminating nucleotide from the 3'-end of the primer. In this work, we analyzed the effect of phosphonoformate (PFA) and other pyrophosphate (PP(i)) analogs on PP(i)- and ATP-dependent phosphorolysis catalyzed by HIV-1 RT. Our experimental data demonstrated that PFA did not behave as a linear inhibitor but as an alternative substrate, allowing RT to remove AZT from a terminated primer through a PFA-dependent mechanism. Interestingly, in non-terminated primers, PFA was not a substrate for this reaction and competitively inhibited PP(i)- and ATP-dependent phosphorolysis. In fact, binding of PFA to the RT.template/primer complex was hindered by the presence of a chain terminator at the 3'-end of the primer. Other pyrophosphate analogs, such as phosphonoacetate, were substrates for the excision reaction with both terminated and nonterminated primers, whereas pamidronate, a bisphosphonate that prevents bone resorption, was not a substrate for these reactions and competitively inhibited the phosphorolytic activity of RT. As expected from their mechanisms of action, pamidronate (but not PFA) synergistically inhibits HIV-1 RT in combination with AZT-triphosphate in the presence of PP(i) or ATP. These results provide new clues about the mechanism of action of PFA and demonstrate that only certain pyrophosphate analogs can enhance the effect of nucleosidic inhibitors by blocking the excision of chain-terminating nucleotides catalyzed by HIV-1 RT. The relevance of these findings in combined chemotherapy is discussed.
Enlace permanente: http://hdl.handle.net/10171/20288
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