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Interaction of Metallothionein-2 with Platinum-Modified 5′-Guanosine Monophosphate and DNA


Karotki, A; Vasak, M (2008). Interaction of Metallothionein-2 with Platinum-Modified 5′-Guanosine Monophosphate and DNA. Biochemistry, 47(41):10961-10969.

Abstract

Human metallothioneins (MTs), a family of cysteine- and metal-rich metalloproteins, play an important role in the acquired resistance to platinum drugs. MTs occur in the cytosol and the nucleus of the cells and sequester platinum drugs through interaction with their zinc–thiolate clusters. Herein, we investigate the ability of human Zn7MT-2 to form DNA–Pt–MT cross-links using the cisplatin- and the transplatinmodified plasmid DNA pSP73. Immunochemical analysis of MT-2 showed that the monofunctional platinum–DNA adducts formed DNA–cis/trans-Pt–MT cross-links and that platinated MT-2 was
released from the DNA–trans-Pt–MT cross-links with time. The DNA–cis-/trans-Pt–MT cross-links were also formed in the presence of 2 mM glutathione, a strong S-donor ligand. Independently, we used 5′-guanosine monophosphate (5′-GMP) platinated at N7 position as a model of monofunctional platinum-DNA adducts. Comparison of reaction kinetics revealed that the formation of ternary complexes between Zn7MT-2 and cis-Pt–GMP was faster than that of the trans isomer. The analysis of the reaction products with time showed that while the formation of ternary GMP–trans-Pt–MT complex(es) is accompanied by 5'-GMP release, a stable ternary GMP–cis-Pt–MT complex is formed. In the latter complex, a fast initial formation of two Pt–S bonds was followed by a slow formation of an additional Pt–S bond yielding an unusual Pt(II)S3N coordination with N7-GMP as the only N-donor ligand. The ejection of negligible zinc from the zinc–thiolate clusters implies the initial formation of Zn–(μ-SCys)–Pt bridges involving the terminal thiolate ligands. The biological implications of these
studies are discussed.

Human metallothioneins (MTs), a family of cysteine- and metal-rich metalloproteins, play an important role in the acquired resistance to platinum drugs. MTs occur in the cytosol and the nucleus of the cells and sequester platinum drugs through interaction with their zinc–thiolate clusters. Herein, we investigate the ability of human Zn7MT-2 to form DNA–Pt–MT cross-links using the cisplatin- and the transplatinmodified plasmid DNA pSP73. Immunochemical analysis of MT-2 showed that the monofunctional platinum–DNA adducts formed DNA–cis/trans-Pt–MT cross-links and that platinated MT-2 was
released from the DNA–trans-Pt–MT cross-links with time. The DNA–cis-/trans-Pt–MT cross-links were also formed in the presence of 2 mM glutathione, a strong S-donor ligand. Independently, we used 5′-guanosine monophosphate (5′-GMP) platinated at N7 position as a model of monofunctional platinum-DNA adducts. Comparison of reaction kinetics revealed that the formation of ternary complexes between Zn7MT-2 and cis-Pt–GMP was faster than that of the trans isomer. The analysis of the reaction products with time showed that while the formation of ternary GMP–trans-Pt–MT complex(es) is accompanied by 5'-GMP release, a stable ternary GMP–cis-Pt–MT complex is formed. In the latter complex, a fast initial formation of two Pt–S bonds was followed by a slow formation of an additional Pt–S bond yielding an unusual Pt(II)S3N coordination with N7-GMP as the only N-donor ligand. The ejection of negligible zinc from the zinc–thiolate clusters implies the initial formation of Zn–(μ-SCys)–Pt bridges involving the terminal thiolate ligands. The biological implications of these
studies are discussed.

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Item Type:Journal Article, refereed, original work
Communities & Collections:04 Faculty of Medicine > Department of Biochemistry
07 Faculty of Science > Department of Biochemistry
Dewey Decimal Classification:570 Life sciences; biology
Language:English
Date:20 September 2008
Deposited On:24 Oct 2008 11:10
Last Modified:05 Apr 2016 12:28
Publisher:American Chemical Society
ISSN:0006-2960
Publisher DOI:10.1021/bi801253x
Official URL:http://pubs.acs.org/cgi-bin/abstract.cgi/bichaw/2008/47/i41/abs/bi801253x.html
Permanent URL: http://doi.org/10.5167/uzh-3932

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