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Title: Iminodiacetic-phosphoramidates as metabolic prototypes for diversifying nucleic acid polymerization in vivo
Authors: Giraut, Anne
Song, Xiao-Ping
Froeyen, Mathy
Marliere, Philippe
Herdewijn, Piet # ×
Issue Date: May-2010
Publisher: Oxford univ press
Series Title: Nucleic acids research vol:38 issue:8 pages:2541-2550
Abstract: Previous studies in our laboratory proved that certain functional groups are able to mimic the pyrophosphate moiety and act as leaving groups in the enzymatic polymerization of deoxyribonucleic acids by HIV-1 reverse transcriptase. When the potential leaving group possesses two carboxylic acid moieties linked to the nucleoside via a phosphoramidate bond, it is efficiently recognized by this error-prone enzyme, resulting in nucleotide incorporation into DNA. Here, we present a new efficient alternative leaving group, iminodiacetic acid, which displays enhanced kinetics and an enhanced elongation capacity compared to previous results obtained with amino acid deoxyadenosine phosphoramidates. Iminodiacetic acid phosphoramidate of deoxyadenosine monophosphate (IDA-dAMP) is processed by HIV-1 RT as a substrate for single nucleotide incorporation and displays a typical Michaelis-Menten kinetic profile. This novel substrate also proved to be successful in primer strand elongation of a seven-base template overhang. Modelling of this new substrate in the active site of the enzyme revealed that the interactions formed between the triphosphate moiety, magnesium ions and enzyme's residues could be different from those of the natural triphosphate substrate and is likely to involve additional amino acid residues. Preliminary testing for a potential metabolic accessibility lets us to envision its possible use in an orthogonal system for nucleic acid synthesis that would not influence or be influenced by genetic information from the outside.
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ISSN: 0305-1048
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IT
Appears in Collections:Medicinal Chemistry (Rega Institute)
Laboratory of Virology and Chemotherapy (Rega Institute)
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