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Scheme 2 summarizes literature data on interactions of different Ionizing radiation, free radicals, and alkylating agents cause modi- Protein repair complexes under short patch repair and long patch re- Long-patch repair complex It has been shown that PARP-1 in com- In this case, PARP-1 inhibitors can be used as single agents Compound Company combination indication Phase Single agent Ovarian cancer 3.

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Niraparib Merck Combination with. National Institutes of Health. Therefore the system of DNA-repair is being activated in both cases. Inclusion of PARP-1 inhibitors A wide range of natural compounds are known to inhibit PARP Poly adp-ribose — An Unique Natural Polymer 9. The most important structural motifs in PARP-1 inhibitors are carboxam- Attachment of such functionalized substituents may increase Natural nucleosides and nucleotides are less active toward PARP-1 than It has been shown, that many of PARP-1 inhibitors, even the drugs for To better understand the results of biochemical and clinical studies and Biological activity of the most known PARP-1 inhibitors is based on interaction with the target in the nicotinamide Nowadays, several routes to new compounds are proposed: Biochemical degradation of PAR is mediated by two enzymes, viz.

O -Glycoside bond between adenosine and The structure of PARG exists in two isoforms [38]: N -terminal part of enzyme is supposed to reg- ADP-ribosyl protein lyase catalyzes the removal of proximal adenin- Earlier studies indicated that PARG can also function as lyase and catalyze In PAR polymer disaccharide units are joined by pyrophosphate link- Other biopolymers, such as DNA and RNA, contain only one phosphate group per monomeric unit and have Heparan sulfate and heparin be- Their main disaccharide unit is shown in Table 3.

The presence of In heparin, such groups reach an av- The main difference between heparin Poly adp-ribose — An Unique Natural Polymer Polymer Structure of monomeric unit Ionogenic group unit at neutral pH. Ribitol teihoic acid Phosphate 1. The development of methods for the synthesis of PAR is still a chal- To Oligonucleotides con- Trisaccharide nucleoside, located in the branching points of PAR, Synthesis of Disacchar ide Nucleosides Disaccharide nucleosides can be synthesized by one of two routes. D-arabinofuranosyladenosine 14, was chosen Scheme 3.

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The initial step Scheme 3, conversion i. The use of sodium methoxide afforded O -debenzoylation Scheme 3, PARP1 was the first protein described to catalyze PAR formation in response to mitogenic stimuli or genotoxic stress 3—7. It contains three functionally distinct domains: It contains two structurally and functionally unique zinc fingers FI: Recently, a third and so far unrecognized zinc-binding motif was discovered FIII: Several studies indicate that the first zinc finger is required for PARP1 activation by both DNA single and double strand breaks, whereas the second zinc finger may exclusively act as a DNA single strand break sensor 2 , 9.

It was identified as the domain containing acceptor amino acids for the covalent attachment of PAR The WGR domain is named after the most conserved central motif of tryptophane W , glycine G , arginine R residues and may represent a nucleic-acid-binding domain 2. This region of PARP1 has not been extensively characterized and its function is still unknown. The CAT has been suggested to catalyze at least three different enzymatic reactions: The protein domain structure of PARP3 is very similar to that of PARP2, featuring a small putative DBD consisting of only 54 residues and apparently containing a targeting motif that is sufficient to localize the enzyme to the centrosome 19 , This conservation suggests, in general, similar capabilities to generate PAR.

The enzymatic activity of PARP3 and its isoforms has not yet been investigated in detail. Furthermore, earlier studies suggested that the auto-modification activity targets between 4 and 28 acceptor residues located in the AD and in the DBD of PARP1 14 , 22 , However, despite intensive research during the last 40 years, the acceptor amino acids in PARP1 have not been confirmed by mutational studies.

Furthermore, by amino-acid substitutions, we establish that glutamic acid residues within the AD are not required for PAR formation and thus do not function as acceptor amino acids for PAR.

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NAD was obtained from Sigma-Aldrich. The baculovirus expression vectors pQE-TriSystem Qiagen and BacPak8 Clontech were used for the expression of recombinant proteins in Sf21 insect cells as described previously 25 , Protein fragments and deletion mutants were generated by PCR and expressed as carboxyl-terminal His-tagged proteins as described before 25 , Amino-acid substitutions were introduced by site-directed PCR-based mutagenesis and mutant proteins were expressed as described before 25 , All recombinant proteins were purified by one step affinity chromatography using ProBond resin according to the manufacturer's recommendations Invitrogen.

For the stacking gel a 4. Counts per minute were obtained by liquid scintillation counting.

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V max and K m were calculated from V 0 according to Michaelis—Menten. Ten picomoles recombinant purified enzyme and 0. Reaction products were precipitated by trichloroacetic acid TCA before they were analyzed using a beta counter. Reactions were performed in triplicates, error bars represent standard deviations. Molecular size markers in kilo Daltons are indicated. The short incubation period and the low concentration of NAD were chosen to prevent polymer formation.

The discrete bands observed using this approach indeed suggest that under these conditions mostly mono ADP-ribosyl ation occurred. Furthermore, no auto-modification of the three proteins was observed under the tested conditions Figure 3 D. Black without fragment 1— and grey with fragment 1— HA-tagged fragments were detected by western blot. Experiments were performed as described in F. Molecular size markers in kilo Daltons and the border between stacking and separating gel asterisk are indicated.

Analysis of PAR formation by silver staining after polymer separation using modified DNA sequencing gel electrophoresis confirmed that the observed stimulation in the time course experiments correlated with the synthesis of PAR containing 1 to more than at least 50 ADP-ribose units Supplementary Figure 4B. To test this hypothesis experimentally, in vitro co-immunoprecipitation assays were performed with purified proteins and fragments.

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We measured the incorporation of tritium-labeled NAD into TCA-precipitable polymers at early reaction time points and obtained initial reaction velocities V 0 for different substrate concentrations by nonlinear regression analysis assuming one substrate-binding site. Addition of DNA increased the maximum reaction velocity V max about 4-fold and reduced K m 8-fold Table 1 , compare fifth to fourth column. Together, these results provide evidence that DNA containing double strand breaks is recognized and bound by the DBD of PARP1, which subsequently binds to the CAT domain to induce structural changes within the catalytic cleft in order to increase the affinity for NAD and stabilize reaction intermediates.

A molar ratio of 1: To our knowledge, however, this assumption has so far not been confirmed by amino acid substitutions.

Therefore, we decided to test whether glutamic acid residues within the AD of PARP1 are required for the catalytic activity of the enzyme and function as acceptors for PAR. Surprisingly, these substitutions also did not reduce auto-modification Figure 6 B, last two lanes or PAR formation Supplementary Figure 5A , right panel. These results strongly indicate that glutamic acid residues within the AD of PARP1 are not required for enzymatic activity and are unlikely to serve as acceptors for PAR.