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Implications of the E-selectin S128R mutation for drug discovery

Preston, Roland C. and Rabbani, Said and Binder, Florian P. C. and Moes, Suzette and Magnani, John L. and Ernst, Beat. (2014) Implications of the E-selectin S128R mutation for drug discovery. Glycobiology, 24 (7). pp. 592-601.

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Abstract

The C-type lectin E-selectin mediates the rolling of circulating leukocytes on vascular endothelial cells during the inflammatory process. In numerous studies, the S128R mutation of the E-selectin was associated with cardiovascular and autoimmune diseases. There is evidence that the S128R E-selectin mutation leads to a loss in ligand specificity, thus increasing leukocyte recruitment. Apart from the natural tetrasaccharide ligand sialyl Lewis(x) (sLe(x)), it has previously been proposed that non-fucosylated carbohydrates also bind to S128R E-selectin. To evaluate the therapeutic potential of the antagonism of the E-selectin mutant, ligand specificity was reinvestigated on a molecular basis. We determined the ligand specificity of wild-type and S128R E-selectin in a target-based competitive assay, a glycan array screen and cell-based binding assays under static and flow conditions. Regarding ligand-specificity, the binding properties of S128R E-selectin were identical to those of wt E-selectin, i.e., no mutant-specific binding of 3'-sialyl-N-acetyllactosamine, heparin, fetuin and K562 cells was observed. Additionally, the binding affinities of glycomimetic E-selectin antagonists were identical for wt and S128R E-selectin. Overall, the previous reports on carbohydrate ligand promiscuity of S128R E-selectin could not be confirmed.
Faculties and Departments:05 Faculty of Science > Departement Pharmazeutische Wissenschaften > Pharmazie > Molekulare Pharmazie (Ernst)
UniBasel Contributors:Ernst, Beat and Rabbani, Said and Preston, Roland and Binder, Florian and Moes, Suzanne
Item Type:Article, refereed
Article Subtype:Research Article
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Publisher:Oxford University Press
ISSN:0959-6658
e-ISSN:1460-2423
Note:Publication type according to Uni Basel Research Database: Journal article
Language:English
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