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Título: Inhibition of skeletal muscle S1-myosin ATPase by peroxynitrite
Autor: Tiago, Teresa
Simão, Sónia
Aureliano, M.
Martín-Romero, Francisco Javier
Gutiérrez-Merino, Carlos
Palavras-chave: Myosin
Peroxinitrite
Data: 2006
Editora: American Chemical Society
Resumo: Exposure of myosin subfragment 1 (S1) to 3-morpholinosydnonimine (SIN-1) produced a time-dependent inhibition of the F-actin-stimulated S1 Mg2+-ATPase activity, reaching 50% inhibition with 46.7 ( 8.3 íM SIN-1 for 8.7 íM S1, that is, at a SIN-1/S1 molar ratio of approximately 5.5. The inhibition was due to the peroxynitrite produced by SIN-1 decomposition because (1) decomposed SIN-1 was found to have no effect on S1 ATPase activity, (2) addition of SIN-1 in the presence of superoxide dismutase and catalase fully prevented inhibition by SIN-1, and (3) micromolar pulses of chemically synthesized peroxynitrite produced inhibition of F-actin-stimulated S1 Mg2+-ATPase activity. In parallel, SIN-1 produced the inhibition of the nonphysiological Ca2+-dependent and K+/EDTA-dependent S1 ATPase activity of S1 and, therefore, suggested that the inhibition of F-actin-stimulated S1 Mg2+-ATPase activity is produced by the oxidation of highly reactive cysteines of S1 (Cys707 and Cys697), located close to the catalytic center. This point was further confirmed by the titration of S1 cysteines with 5,5¢-dithiobis(2- nitrobenzoic acid) and by the parallel decrease of Cys707 labeling by 5-(iodoacetamido)fluorescein, and it was reinforced by the fact that other common protein modifications produced by peroxynitrite, for example, protein carbonyl and nitrotyrosine formation, were barely detected at the concentrations of SIN-1 that produced more than 50% inhibition of the F-actin-stimulated S1 Mg2+-ATPase activity. Differential scanning calorimetry of S1 (untreated and treated with different SIN-1 concentrations) pointed out that SIN-1, at concentrations that generate micromolar peroxynitrite fluxes, impaired the ability of ADPâV1 to induce the intermediate catalytic transition state and also produced the partial unfolding of S1 that leads to an enhanced susceptibility of S1 to trypsin digestion, which can be fully protected by 2 mM GSH.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.1/1355
ISSN: 0006-2960
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