Discovery of Inhibitors of Lupin Diadenosine 5 ',5 '''-P-1,P-4-Tetraphosphate Hydrolase by Virtual Screening
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Publication Year 2009-08-18, Volume 48, Issue #32, Page 7614-7620
Journal Title
BIOCHEMISTRY
Publication Type
Journal Article
Abstract
Novel inhibitors of lupin diadenosine 5',5'"-P-1,P-4-tetraphosphate (Ap(4)A) hydrolase have been identified by in silico screening of a large virtual chemical library. Compounds were ranked on the basis of a consensus from six scoring functions. From the top 100 ranked compounds six were selected and initially screened for inhibitory activity using a single concentration isothermal titration calorimetry assay. Two of these compounds that showed excellent Solubility properties were further analyzed, but only one [NSC51531; 2-((8-hydroxy-4-(4-methyl-2-sulfoanilino)-9,10-dioxo-9,10-dihydro-1-anthracenyl)amino)5-methylbenzenesulfonic acid] exhibited competitive inhibition with a K-i of 1 mu M. A Structural analogue of this compound also exhibited competitive inhibition with a comparable K-i of 2.9 mu M. H-1, N-15 NMR spectroscopy was used to map the binding site of NSC51531 on lupin Ap(4)A hydrolase and demonstrated that the compound bound specifically in the substrate-binding site, consistent with the competitive inhibition results. Binding of NSC51531 to the human form of Ap(4)A hydrolase is nonspecific, suggesting that this compound may represent a useful lead in the design of specific inhibitors of the plant-like form of Ap(4)A hydrolases.
Publisher
AMER CHEMICAL SOC
Keywords
EMPIRICAL SCORING FUNCTIONS; MUTT MOTIF FAMILY; TETRAPHOSPHATE HYDROLASE; DINUCLEOSIDE TETRAPHOSPHATASES; MOLECULAR DOCKING; SUBSTRATE-BINDING; AP(4)A HYDROLASE; POLYPHOSPHATES; ANALOGS; ENZYMES
Publisher's Version
https://doi.org/10.1021/bi900813x
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