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Title

Correlation between the affinity of flavonoids binding to the cytosolic site of Leishmania tropica multidrug transporter and their efficiency to revert parasite resistance to daunomycin

AuthorsPérez-Victoria, J. M.; Chiquero, M. J.; Conseil, G.; Dayan, G.; Pietro, A. D.; Barron, D.; Castanys, Santiago; Gamarro, Francisco
Issue Date1999
PublisherAmerican Chemical Society
CitationBiochemistry 38: 1736- 1743 (1999)
AbstractThe C-terminal nucleotide-binding domain (NBD2) of a P-glycoprotein- like transporter, encoded by the ltrmdr1 gene in Leishmania tropica and involved in parasite multidrug resistance (MDR), was overexpressed in Escherichia coli as a hexahistidine tagged protein and purified. The L. tropica recombinant domain efficiently bound fluorescent derivativeS of ATP, the hydrophobic steroid analogue RU 486, and different classes of flavonoids with the following efficiency: flavone > flavanone > isoflavone > glucorhamnosyl-flavone > chromone. The affinity for flavones was dependent on the presence of hydroxyl groups at positions 5 and 3 and was further increased by a hydrophobic 1,1-dimethylallyl substituent at position 8. When flow cytometry was used to measure daunomycin accumulation in a MDR L. tropica line, a reversing effect was observed with flavones such as dimethylallyl-kaempferide at low concentration or apigenin at higher concentration, but neither with the glucorhamnosyl derivative rutin nor with the isoflavone genistein. The in vivo reversing effect of dimethylallyl- kaempferide was correlated to a high inhibition of MDR cell growth in the presence of daunomycin. The results suggest that flavone inhibition of both daunomycin efflux and parasite growth in the presence of the drug correlates to direct binding of the compound to cytosolic domain of the P-glycoprotein- like transporter.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/81493
DOI10.1021/bi982455v
Identifiersdoi: 10.1021/bi982455v
issn: 0006-2960
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