Enantiomers of 3-Methylspermidine Selectively Modulate Deoxyhypusine Synthesis and Reveal Important Determinants for Spermidine Transportстатья

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[1] Enantiomers of 3-methylspermidine selectively modulate deoxyhypusine synthesis and reveal important determinants for spermidine transport / M. T. Hyvönen, M. Khomutov, M. Petit et al. // ACS chemical biology. — 2015. — Vol. 10, no. 6. — P. 1417–1424. Eukaryotic translation initiation factor SA (eIF5A) is essential for cell proliferation, becoming functionally active only after post-translational conversion of a specific Lys to hypusine [N-epsilon-(4-amino-2-hydroxybutyl)lysine]. Deoxyhypusine synthase (DHS) is the rate-limiting enzyme of this two-step process, and the polyamine spermidine is the only natural donor of the butylamine group for this reaction, which is very conserved hypusine biosynthesis suffers last when the intracellular spermidine pool is depleted: DHS has a very strict substrate specificity, and only a few spermidine analogs are substrates of the enzyme and can support long-term growth of spermidine-depleted cells. Herein, we compared the biological properties of earlier unknown enantiomers of 3-methylspermidine (3-MeSpd) in deoxyhypusine synthesis, in supporting cell growth and in polyamine transport. Long-term treatment of DU145 cells with alpha-difluoromethylornithine (inhibitor of polyamine biosynthesis) and (R)-3-MeSpd did not cause depletion of hypusinated eIFSA, and the cells were still able to grow, whereas the combination of alpha-difluoromethylornithine with a racemate or (S)-3-MeSpd caused cessation of cell growth. Noticeably, DHS preferred the (R)- over the (S)-enantiomer as a substrate. (R)-3-MeSpd competed with [C-14]-labeled spermidine for cellular uptake less efficiently than the (S)-3-MeSpd (K-i = 141 mu M vs 19 mu M, respectively). The cells treated with racemic 3-MeSpd accumulated intracellularly mainly (S)-3-MeSpd, but not DHS substrate (R)-3-MeSpd, explaining the inability of the racemate to support long-term growth. The distinct properties of 3-MeSpd enantiomers can be exploited in designing polyamine uptake inhibitors, facilitating drug delivery and modulating deoxyhypusine synthesis. [ DOI ]

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